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Beamish Wild

Beamish Hall
Chester-le-Street
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DH9 0YB | map
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Set in the grounds of Beamish Hall in Chester-le-Street, Beamish Wild is a Birds of Prey Centre, Ropes Activity Course and adventure playground providing a fun day out for all the family. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush then Beamish Wild High Ropes is an adventure course set 35ft up in the trees. Take on a range of obstacles such as climbing through tunnel nets, zip wiring between the trees, jumping off the ‘leap of faith’ and freefalling on the incredible 35ft power-fan. Whether it be face-to-face encounters with our feathery friends in our free flight demonstrations, taking the baby owls on an Owl Walk or letting the kids run wild in the adventure playground, Beamish Wild really is great fun for all the family.” Tel 01207 233 733 or visit www.beamishwild.co.uk

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