Dudley Castle

Celebrating St George!

The borough’s St George’s Day celebrations promise something for everyone as the festival returns to Dudley Castle for another year. DZG is delighted to be the setting for the action-packed patriotic extravaganza for the third year running. The festivities take place on Sunday April 22 in the 11th century castle courtyard between 3pm and 7pm Continue reading Celebrating St George!

Leave a Christmas wish

Young visitors to our grotto are invited to help decorate our festive firs with their Christmas wishes ahead of seeing Santa. Before entering our Winter Wonderland grotto in the 11th century castle, visitors can write out their wishes and messages for Christmas and 2018 on a star and tie them to the branches of the trees Continue reading Leave a Christmas wish

Reindeer learn the ropes!

The reindeer herd are enjoying their daily visits to the 11th century castle courtyard as part of our Winter Wonderland grotto. And for the first time, our 2017 youngsters, Ivy, Doreen and Basil have been learning the ropes so they too can join Santa. Trainee Keeper, Ellis Robinson, has been working with the herd over Continue reading Reindeer learn the ropes!

DZG Christmas gets underway!

Our Christmas festivities got well underway yesterday when Santa arrived at DZG, welcomed by the baddie of Wolverhampton Grand Theatre’s pantomime, who officially opened his Winter Wonderland grotto. The Bill star, Graham Cole, who played PC Tony Stamp in the long-running show for 25 years and is starring as henchman Fleshcreep in this year’s DZG Continue reading DZG Christmas gets underway!

Santa's here!

Look who’s arrived at DZG for the next three weeks! Our Winter Wonderland grotto is being officially opened this morning by The Bill star, Graham Cole, who’s playing Fleshcreep in this year’s DZG sponsored Wolverhampton Grand Theatre panto, Jack and the Beanstalk, before Father Christmas takes up residence in the transformed 11th century Dudley Castle, where Continue reading Santa’s here!

Panto baddie to open grotto!

The elves are carrying out final checks in Santa’s Winter Wonderland grotto ready for tomorrow and we’re delighted it’s being officially opened by the baddie of this year’s DZG sponsored Wolverhampton Grand Theatre’s pantomime! The Bill star, Graham Cole, who played PC Tony Stamp in the long-running show for 25 years and is starring as henchman Continue reading Panto baddie to open grotto!