Dudley Zoo is far more than a regular zoo. There are over 400 acres of zoological gardens to explore and eight separate collections of creatures, including primates, cats, reptiles, amphibians, and even spiders. Dudley Zoo is heavily involved in world conservation efforts and many of the animal collections are linked to important breeding programs. The zoo takes education very seriously and you will learn a great deal about the animal residents when you visit Dudley Zoo.
There are daily feeding times and special activities associated with each animal collection, so plan your trip accordingly! You can check the zoo map before you arrive and work out where you want to visit first. Don’t forget to take your camera so you can capture some fantastic photos of your new animal friends. School groups are welcome at Dudley Zoo. The zoo runs education packages and tours to educate children about animal conservation and the importance of looking after endangered animals. The zoo also runs a range of different experiences for guests. You can be a zoo keeper for the day, celebrate your birthday in the zoo, or even propose to your beloved!
- Visit the vouchercloud site to find out if there are any great deals and discounts for Dudley Zoo
- Click on the deal you are interested in and copy the discount code that appears on your screen
- Visit the Dudley Zoo website and select the tickets you need for your visit
- Use your voucher code when you book and pay online for Dudley Zoo tickets
- Alternatively, if you can claim the deal when you arrive, show the ticket desk attendant the voucher on your vouchercloud app
The zoo has a free return deal during January and February. Keep your original admission receipt and voucher, present them again, and enjoy free admission. Terms and conditions apply, so check the website for details. You can also save money if you become a Dudley Zoo member. Membership pays for itself after only three visits.
Can I buy food and drink at the Dudley Zoo?
There are several eateries at Dudley Zoo. The Oak Kitchen at the Queen Mary’s Restaurant serves a wide selection of hot and cold meals and drinks. The Courtyard Café serves hot and cold drinks and snacks, and the Made Kiosk serves hot pasta dishes and jacket potatoes. There are also other kiosks selling ice cream and drinks at various locations within the zoo grounds.
How do I become a member of Dudley Zoo?
You can join on the day when you visit the zoo, or you can buy your membership online. Memberships are available for adults, children, disabled children, and concessions – see the website for up-to-date prices.
Do young kids go free at Dudley Zoo?
If your child is under 3 years of age, they'll be able to visit the animals at Dudley Zoo for free!
Dudley Zoo is open all year round, with the exception of Christmas Day. The zoo opens its doors every day at 10 am. During the winter, the zoo closes at 3 pm.
Tel: 01384215313 048
Open everyday from 10.00 am
(except Christmas Day)
Last admission : Winter (Mid-September – Easter) 3.00 pm
N.B grounds close 90 mins later