Great historical timelime about the Art of Falconry with horses!
In the Theatre of the Ramparts of Provins, immerse yourself in the Middle Ages, at the time when falconry became a real Art of living…
This historic fresco about Falconry recalls this ancestral Art practiced since over 4000 years in various cultures all around the world, listed on the UNESCO world intangible heritage!
Falconers take you in the universe of falconry, as it was practiced in the steppes of Central Asia and the Middle East and by Feudal Lords.
An enchanting show to discover the fascinating fitness flight of birds of prey.
You will be amazed by the majesty of eagles, the agility of hawks and kites, the speed of falcons, the elegance of the secretary bird, the flight of vultures and owls…
This magnificent aerial ballet in perfect harmony with our horses and our donkey, will leave unforgettable memories to young and old alike.
50 minutes of a great show in 6 scenes, in costume and on musical background.
After the show, visit of the aviary to admire around 20 different species of birds of prey.
Accessible to the persons with reduced mobility.
Educational signs and shop.
For safety reasons for our birds and our audience, the show may be cancelled until the last time in case of bad weather conditions (rain, wind or heat wave).
– Duration of the show: 45 minutes.
– Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the show.
– Closing of the site 30 minutes after the end of the last show.
– Site accessible to people with disabilities.
– Pets are not allowed on site.
– Smoking, eating, get up during the show, and feeding the birds are prohibited.
♦ Outdoor show: Protect yourself from rain, sun and heat (hat, glasses, water)!!
CANCELLATION CONDITIONS BY THE ORGANIZER:
The session can be canceled until the last minute if the weather conditions are not met to ensure the safety of our birds (gusts of wind, storm, heavy rain, heat wave).
The total refund or a postponement of the date of the ticket is made if the session is canceled by the organizer.
Complete information on the web site of Provins Tourist Office : https://provins.net/en/