Bluey, Hey Duggee and Paw Patrol among VIP guests coming to Birdworld this summer


Children visiting Birdworld will soon have the opportunity to meet their heroes, as the UK’s largest bird park unveils its VIP character summer schedule.

Running every weekend from 20 July to 26 August, Birdworld’s Summer Chartacter Weekends will welcome some of the world’s most beloved TV and film characters, including Hey Duggee (20-21 July), Paw Patrol (27-28 July), Bluey (3-4 August), The Adventures of Paddington (10-11 August), and Peter Rabbit (17-18 August).

Thrill-seekers will also be delighted to discover that the life-size dinosaur puppets will make a special appearance between 24-26 August to round off bank holiday weekend in roar-some style.

Each character appearance is included within Birdworld’s entry price and will provide a unique opportunity for children to interact with their favourite characters.

Guests will also have the opportunity to explore the rest of the park’s family-friendly offerings, including the brand-new attraction Love + Colour. The immersive experience features an array of magnificent, colourful birds in an enchanting walkthrough experience with vibrant murals and beautifully designed 'selfie' spots, along with interactive play areas specially designed for young children.

In addition to Love + Colour, guests will have the opportunity to visit Birdworld’s new Wildlife Garden, where visitors can learn how to attract wildlife into their outdoor spaces. Guests can also interact with fun activities and take a quiz to win a prize.

Marketing Manager Woodies Wheeler-Bennett said:

“We're incredibly excited to bring some of the most beloved TV and film characters to Birdworld this summer. It's a fantastic opportunity for children to meet their heroes and make magical memories, so we highly recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment. We’re sure that families will have an unforgettable time and we can’t wait to see our young visitors' faces.”

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