Birdworld is mainly about birds. It has lots of different species fluttering about the place. Although it does also have an aquarium and a petting zoo, if you don't think you will enjoy looking at birds, it may not be the right place for you.
We (two adults and two boys aged 4 and 6) had a really nice day. We had great fun feeding the dried worms they sell to the different birds, talking to the parrots (who talk back), watching the pelicans being fed and stroking the goats. The aquarium is small but has things you don't often see (horseshoe crabs, axolotls etc). The cafe was fine and quite reasonable (£5 for a meal of sausage and chips or similar).
On the negative side it felt a bit run down. There were two small play areas but I thought they could do with being extended and updated for after the kids have had their fill of looking at birds. It is also quite expensive - £50 for the four of us.
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