Have you decided where your next party or special occasion will be located?

 

If not do the right choice and organise your event at the Malta falconry Centre.

 

We accept bookings for Birthday parties, Holy Communion & Confirmation parties.

 

Make your event a unique experience surrounded by these magnificent birds.

The kids party Package includes: Tour around the Centre

 

Bird show or handling the birds (depend on the wind)

 

Kids meal

 

Extra food for Adults would be accepted by order from our catering

 

2 types of Coffee tables and Maltese table are also available

 

Decoration of the area – balloons and banners

 

Set up for the party – chairs , tables & sound music is included

 

Minimum 10 kids

 

We accept only one party at a time

 

Parking available – free of charge

 

Price: €9.50 per child

 

2 adults only are free of charge for the falconry entrance when a party is booked.

 

Please note invitations, cake , party bags are not included in this price.

 

We give discounts on party bags items, such items could be purchased from our gift shop (falconry related items)

 

Party time –10:00am – 12:30pm or 1:00pm -3.30pm we accept parties on Saturdays and Sundays (also parties are accepted after opening hours - terms and conditions apply)

 

We also offer coffee tables for adults (parents)

 

Just call us and our team will help you to host your guests at our centre.


Terms and conditions apply

 

 

 

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