Medieval Falconry at Corfe Castle
Follow the story of falconry from its roots in the Anglo-Saxon period, through the Norman conquest and on into the medieval era.
It was during this period that new techniques brought back to Europe by returning crusaders made falconry an increasingly sophisticated pastime beloved of the nobility.
- Saturday 18 – Sunday 19 May: Saxon falconry
- Saturday 8 – Sunday 9 June: Norman falconry
- Saturday 22 – Sunday 23 June: Medieval falconry
- Saturday 29 – Sunday 30 June: Medieval falconry
Medieval Falconry at Corfe Castle takes place from 10am-5pm each day with flying displays at 11.30am and 2pm.
Displays will depend on the birds but last around 30-45 minutes.
This is a free event but normal admission charges apply. Admission is free for members of the National Trust.