We had fangtastic fun at the family Hocus Pocus evening as DZG celebrated Hallowe’en.
Young visitors braved the 40-acre site in the dark and came dressed to impress, with the Queen Mary Restaurant full of little witches and wizards, scary ghosts, ghouls and pumpkins.
DZG Marketing Assistant, Andrea Hales, said: “We all had a great evening, playing ghoulish games, apple bobbing and making creepy crafts and joining in the fun with Snow White and the Curse of Frankenstein show.
DZG Senior Keeper, Kirsty Thornton introduces Abigail (5) and Tristan Pearson-Jenkins (3) from Wolverhampton to a critter!
“There were also some spooktacular costumes spotted around the site; everyone made a great effort and all got into the Hallowe’en spirit. “
Over in the Discovery Centre visitors had the chance to learn more about our creepy critters during close encounters with snakes, ferrets, cockroaches and spiders before taking part in a friendly ghost walk to discover what goes bump in the night in Dudley Castle.
Alfie Marsh (6) and Jamie Harmon (6) enjoy doing some creepy crafts
And even a few DZG keepers couldn’t resist joining in the fun with their little ones!