We’re celebrating some of DZG’s most popular creatures this weekend as part of World Lemur Festival. And we’re using this opportunity to introduce you to Tom and Jerry – our newly-sexed and named ring-tailed boys! The youngsters were born to Phoebe and Frank in April and are proving popular additions to our walkthrough wood. And … Continue reading Celebrating lemurs!
Cecil the Sinaloan milk snake had a starring role in the launch of Wolverhampton Grand Theatre’s forthcoming Christmas pantomime. The colourful VIP took his place in the official cast line-up for this year’s show, Aladdin, and quickly made friends with the stars – especially actress Lisa Riley who took a particular liking to the friendly reptile! … Continue reading Cecil joins panto launch!
We’re gearing up for a fang-tastic half term at DZG, which promises to be frighteningly good fun for all the family! Join us for Freak Week and get discounted group admission for up to four people by bringing a carved pumpkin for our Hallowe’en pumpkin patch, with an animal adoption of your choice up for … Continue reading Join our Freak Week!
We’ve installed the first digital signs at DZG allowing visitors to keep up-to-date with all the latest ZooNooz, events and offers. Three screens have been installed on site – two in the shop and one on the outside of the flamingo house. DZG Graphic Designer, Rachel Lane, who has worked on the screens alongside the … Continue reading DZG goes digital!
We’re gearing up for a spook-tacular Halloween at DZG! Brave young souls are invited to join us for our children’s Hocus Pocus evenings on Thursday, October 27 and Friday, October 28, where there’ll be close encounters with a variety of creepy critters including snakes, spiders and cockroaches. Join us after hours, from 5pm until 8pm, … Continue reading Spook-tacular Halloween events!
We’ve extended our popular DZG education programme and are inviting teachers to come and find out more during a free open day! Due to demand we’re now offering more than 60 workshops for 2016/2017, with a diverse range of topics aimed for children in early years up to college-aged students. DZG Marketing Assistant, Louise Curtis, … Continue reading DZG makes learning fun!
Our British Food Fortnight celebrations are continuing this weekend as we promote the use of seasonal produce and are offering £1 admission for children so families can find out more! From magnificent Bornean orangutans to cheeky Humboldt penguins, our 1,500 strong animal collection are all tucking into the very Best of British food – much … Continue reading British Food Fortnight £1 offer
It’s harvest time and we’re flying the flag for homegrown delights as part of British Food Fortnight. With more than 1,500 animals at DZG and an annual food bill topping £120,000, we have to make sure our pennies buy the very best of British produce, which is why we’re keen to support suppliers on our doorstep. And … Continue reading It’s British Food Fortnight!
We’re looking forward to welcoming world-renowned architectural and heritage experts to DZG next month as part of an international conference on the restoration of our iconic Tectons. Members of the International Scientific Committee on Twentieth-century heritage (ISC20C), which is part of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) will be hosting their two-day convention … Continue reading Heritage experts to visit DZG
We’re marking the Battle of Britain today and are proud to be flying the RAF flag from Dudley Castle. The flag has been flying at the heart of the zoological garden atop the 11th century castle for the past week and will remain in-situ until Sunday when a parade and service of thanksgiving will take place … Continue reading Marking the Battle of Britain