This Easter, Millets Farm are bringing Birds of Prey including Owls, Eagles and Hawks to Henley River and Rowing Museum where you can also enjoy nature themed art and craft activities – watch out for the vultures!
The museum is set on the river Thames in the beautiful town of Henley with it’s own car park, a large play park nearby and a gorgeous view of the river.
The general theme of the museum is around the river and rowing as the name suggests which in itself is fascinating but if you’re a parent, grandparent or carer with little ones this place is fantastic.
As you walk in you’re greeted by the friendly team on reception where you purchase your ticket or show your season pass and then you’re free to explore. The Wind in the Willows exhibition downstairs is an instant draw which brings to life the much-loved story with 3D models, lighting and music.
Upstairs is full of interesting displays with information about the river and the history of rowing with rowing machines, interactive wildlife exhibits and a large play area for children with colouring, dressing up, a shop, a puppet show and much more.
There’s also an onsite café offering table service and an extensive menu of sandwiches, salads, afternoon tea and a great children’s menu.
Birds of Prey at Henley River & Rowing Museum Details
Date: 5 April 2018
Location: Mill Meadows, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 1BF, UK
Cost: Free with Admission
Cost of Admission: Adult Ticket £12.50 | Child (4-16) £9.95 (Unlimited entry for 12 months)
Opening hours: 10.00am – 5.00pm
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