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Beamish Wild Adventure Park

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Beamish Hall
Co. Durham
Co. Durham

Get ready! It's all go, go, go for super-fun family adventure at Beamish Wild! Zoom on zip wires, build dens, watch awesome flying shows, scramble the 25ft tree climb and become a modern day Robin Hood archer.

With over 20 activities based in ancient woodland, you'll discover the most amazing and different family day out. And if that wasn't enough, Beamish Wild is also home to the largest Bird of Prey Centre in the North East with 70 feathered friends; get extra close in the Owl Encounters or book in advance for a special Hawk Walk.

If you are over 10, you'll find plenty of fun at Beamish Wild too on the High Ropes Course. Just upgrade your Adventure Park ticket to swing through the air, brave Burma bridge or confront the 45ft power fan. And the best news of all is that mum and dad can watch from the ground too.

With so much to do, you'll need to refuel your adventure! Choose either the Tree Tops Café (serving delicious 90 second pizzas) or The Stables Bar and Restaurant, offering an array of meals and snacks.

Visit Beamish Wild website (link above) for more information or call 01207 233 733.

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Beamish Wild is located just off the A1 between Durham and Newcastle upon-Tyne. We are close to the award winning Beamish Museum.
Access is via the A1(M) at junction 63 (Chester-le-Street exit), then follow
the signs to Beamish Museum which is approximately 4 miles away.
At the Museums main entrance, turn left past Home Farm and follow
the road past Beamish Golf Club. You will find Beamish Hall a further
700 yards on the left. There is ample free parking at the Hall.
Follow signs for BeamishWild.

Beamish Wild Adventure Park Postcode for SatNav: DH9 0YB


01207 233 733
01207 299220

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