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Red Sock Sunday at Dudley Zoological Gardens

Red Sock Sunday at Dudley Zoological Gardens

When it comes to protecting the world’s most endangered species Dudley Zoological Gardens knows how to sock it to 'em – and we’re asking you to do the same.
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Castle Creatures at Dudley Zoological Gardens

Castle Creatures at Dudley Zoological Gardens

An interactive medieval experience featuring live animals is currently under construction in the 11th century Dudley Castle at the heart of DZG.
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Pumpkins Aplenty at Dudley Zoological Gardens

Pumpkins Aplenty at Dudley Zoological Gardens

The spirit of Hallowe'en is alive and kicking at DZG, where pumpkins aplenty are providing tasty treats for some of the world’s rarest species.
Pumpkins Aplenty at Dudley Zoological Gardens More information from Dudley Zoological Gardens›

Penguins play parents

Penguins play parents

A pair of loved-up DZG penguins are preparing for parenthood by sitting on an egg-shaped stone!
Penguins play parents More information from Dudley Zoological Gardens›

Curry enrichment for lynx

Curry enrichment for lynx

DZG's Carpathian lynx cubs, Dick, Dom and Daphne, went wild as they sniffed out a new scent in their enclosure.
Curry enrichment for lynx More information from Dudley Zoological Gardens›

Quality – 13 times over!

Quality – 13 times over!

It’s official . . . DZG's a great day out after successfully passing the 2014 Visit England Visitor Attraction Quality Scheme!
Quality – 13 times over! More information from Dudley Zoological Gardens›

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Love castles, canals and craft. Love the Black Country.

Black County Living Museum

The Black Country was once known as the 'Cradle of the Industrial Revolution' and a visit to the county later you'll certainly know why. The furnaces have long since cooled and the chimneys that forged such progress are now towering monuments. What is left is truly fascinating.

In a single visit you can enjoy glass manufacturing once synonymous with the area at Broadfield House Glass Museum, the Industrial past at the Black Country Living Museum as well as great performances at The Public, a new arts and events centre in West Bromwich and nightlife in Wolverhampton, one of the countries newest cities.

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