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Malta Falconry Centre

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“birds of prey”(39 reviews)
“flying display”(16 reviews)
“little owl”(15 reviews)
Malta Falconry Centre is a Quality Assured attraction certified by the Malta Tourism Authority. Explore the Malta falconry centre and live this unique experience, watch our falconers fly several different species of well trained birds of prey and...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Imqabba Road, Siggiewi, Island of Malta, Malta
+356 2146 0985
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All reviews birds of prey flying display little owl amazing experience family run the bus maltese falcon tawny owl personal tour beautiful birds take photos clean water the barn guided tour worth the trip great place to visit public transport
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The visit is not ideal for toddlers or very little children as the birds are huge and even their shade or the noise of their wings might scare away two-year-olds ! towards the end of the tour, children are assembled in a big park where...More

Thank Go815168
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a very friendly , hands on bird attraction where you are able to see close up owls, an eagle and other birds flying and have your photo taken with the birds. The lady who rescues birds is obviously very fond of her birds....More

Thank Susan C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went for the 11am display. The lady told me it was cancelled because of the wind. But it wasn't much windy at all and I suspected she didn't want to bother because I was the only one in there... In the end a few...More

Thank 1Michelinstar
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I liked this Falconry Centre - it's small (as almost all in Malta), but seems owners care about birds. You can see several kinds of eagles, hawks, owls. If you come at 11 am, you can see how birds fly (though, this is very short...More

Thank IvanGumenyuk
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Definitely the high light of our trip to Malta was Doreen's falconry. We got a very patient knowledgeable guide who explained us a lot about the birds life, about the falconry itself and gave us 1 falcon and 3 owls to hold. We registered to...More

Thank Dana H
Reviewed August 21, 2018 via mobile

Amazing. The birds are so well trained and we had such an amazing time, actually was a highlight of our holiday. With no intention to visit this place, we really enjoyed the show. We also learnt a little about these beautiful creatures. Well done to...More

Thank Lordes X
Reviewed August 2, 2018 via mobile

We visited a little before the 11am display. The averies are very interesting and the display was great. The handler explained about each bird, barn owls, Harris hawks and teeny little owls. We each got the opportunity to hold them and see then flying. The...More

Thank Holly M
Reviewed July 10, 2018 via mobile

My friend and I went for the display at 11am and it was brilliant! We got lots of one on one time with the birds and plenty of opportunities to take photos while holding them. Plus some amazing flying displays! Definitely worth a trip.

Thank Rachael A
Reviewed July 2, 2018

I had low hopes for this place when my wife planned for this: to be in at 11am for a supposed interaction with birds. The trainer was amazing, and started on time. She had owls, and a handful of big birds. Each of the visitors...More

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Reviewed June 28, 2018 via mobile

We visited this attraction a few days ago. It was too windy for the birds to fly, this was explained to us before entry. However, this did not stop us from having a wonderful experience. The young guy showed us the many variations of birds...More

Thank John A
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April 5, 2018|
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Response from Gabriel N | Reviewed this property |
Walk-around, but the center director may be available to answer questions if available (she is also roaming around the site). Flying display(s) at set times per the website, wind conditions permitting. The "Falconry... More
January 28, 2018|
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Response from Cricketman_10 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there i would say its about 40-45 minutes from the port via Valletta bus interchange then take the bus to town called Siggewi, just outside the small town centre. The display usually starts at 11am and lasts about... More
Carrie W
September 20, 2015|
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Response from JanWindleArtist | Reviewed this property |
We were there in June when they were on their "winter" timings. They opened at 10.30am (or thereabouts) and closed at about 4pm (I think). They have "summer" opening times in July and August (and September, I think) which... More