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Abbotsbury Swannery now closed for winter. We look forward to seeing you on 19th March 2022.
Online booking is advisable, but not essential.
Click here to read our full Coronavirus statement, a full list of what is and is not available, and any updates.

Prices & Opening Times

Adult
£10.00
Child
£5.00

New dual ticket! Purchase a Swannery and Subtropical Gardens ticket in the same order and automatically receive 25% off your ticket price.

Online booking is advisable, but not essential.

Open every day, 10am – 5pm. Last entries 3pm.

Armed Forces

Current serving members of the armed forces, and their immediate family, get in to all Abbotsbury attractions free of charge. Please note you will need to show a valid warrant card (maximum of 2 adults and 3 children).

Disabled Visitors

Disabled visitors pay full rate. However, one carer can accompany each FREE of charge.

Tesco Clubcard

Tesco Clubcard vouchers can be used to pay to enter the Swannery. They can be used against our adult, child, family tickets and passport tickets.

Tesco Clubcard vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with our season ticket or any other discount group offer. Change is not given nor can they be used to purchase goods from the shop or café.

Dogs

Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed as the swans would become upset.

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