Visited with my daughter and her two friends, all aged 11, Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo last night and we had a great experience. We were there from 6pm to 9pm and easily found car parking. We had food and hot chocolates after the small...More
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Zoo is absolutely great if you arrive minutes after opening and get out before the crowds, your kids will love animals, playgrounds and sweet shops. The Zoo is incredibly well run with humane animal space offered.
The zoo and all of the staff at the reception, the photographer, Costa Coffee employees and keepers were great. It was a cold Monday and the sea lion keepers were still prepared to entertain! Unfortunately, I cannot give 5 stars as the service in the...More
Dublin Zoo is a terrific Tourist Attraction . I have been here a number of times . I am delighted to see some ongoing improvements and Investment . All the animals seem to be very well looked after . The Zoo Keepers are great and...More
We had a magical time at Wild Lights in Dublin Zoo on 1st December, we ranged in age from 80 to 15 , the lights were just amazing all of them are made from silk and some are animated. It was well organised and has...More
Exceptional experience, thus is a must. Its so good youactually start to become unappreciative half way through until you pull yourself together to realise the work, planning and coordination of such an event. Brilliant crowd control, excellent flow. The whole thing was world class
We had a very enjoyable evening at the Wild Lights @Dublin Zoo. Well worth a visit if you are thinking about it. Never seen anything like it before but I know other countries have done something like this over previous Christmas times. Very well organised...More