Dudley attraction invites visitors to get up close with rare animals

Dudley Zoo is inviting early risers to shadow their keepers and wake up some of the world’s rarest animals.

On Sunday September 9th, an early morning guided tour will give visitors an opportunity to see exotic animals up close and personal.

The tour kicks off at 8.45am and allows visitors to understand how keepers care for different species and learn more about the vital conservation work carried out at the award-winning attraction. Marketing Manager, Andrea Hales, said:

“The two-hour tour is a fun morning when people can follow keepers as they go about their daily duties of feeding, cleaning and caring for animals at our busy zoo.

“And once the early morning experience has finished visitors can spend the rest of the day exploring the zoo at their leisure.”

Prices are £40 for adults and £30 for children (who must be aged eight or above). Visitors under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. A breakfast bap and hot drink in the Queen Mary Restaurant is included at the end of the tour.

Places, which are limited and need to be booked online in advance. For further details, you can call 01384 215313.


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