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DZG is unique… a home to more than 1300 animals, and has nigh on 200 species, including some of the rarest creatures on Planet Earth. Hundreds of exotic and endangered animals inhabit an ancient wooded hillside, with a rich geological history...more
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Ok we went on a drizzly October morning - but the whole place needs to be re-vamped. Paint work peeling every where. Animals looked sad, even those indoors. This zoo does not give an overall impression of animal conservation. Only 1 café open and very...More
This zoo is a good day out in Dudley area. By no means the best zoo but tha's ok for the price and if you're local. Very cheap as well for a 1 on 1 experience with the animals. Well it is pricey but way...More
The zoo itself is fine, quite tired and in need of refurbishment but they do OK with what they have and they have signs asking for fundraising support to carry out work.
There is a nice range of interesting animals and it was great to...More
New Car Park is much better, worth bearing in mind that during busy periods you could be parked quite a way from the entrance gates so take everything with you. Entrance easy to navigate, worth booking online if at all possible especially during high season....More
This is a very well maintained zoo and a pleasure to walk around. It is clear that animal welfare is a priority.
The grounds are immaculate and the castle is encompassed within the zoo experience.
There are a number of refreshment facilities. We visited the...More
Have been meaning to visit this zoo since moving to the region and finally got to today. Amazing setting which has been used to great effect for the benefit of the animal habitats. Interesting interpretation of the zoo’s iconic 1930’s buildings. Reasonable value especially with...More
Fantastic value for money. Sat in the castle grounds with a picnic. Nice to see peacocks just strolling by. Loved being able to feed the lorikeets as well as going to the petting zoo. Great being able to walk up the castle ruins.
Quite a large zoo with plenty of animals to see.
The Park seems quite run down, though we were told that improvements are being made.
Not many staff around, but the couple we came across were very willing to talk and explain things about the...More