When you reach the zoo, you are welcomed by the rather unique and ancient 1970s’ entrance. The whole place does look very old but it added a different level of scenery. After we passed the entrance, just in front of us is the country’s only vintage chairlift! Both of my children wanted to go but they were too young (aged 7 above) and under the requirement of 1.2 metres. Luckily, we heard the choo choo! It was their land train!
There are so many animals to see from flamingos to meerkats. I especially love the Monkey Tails. It is an indoor green house and you can expect it to be very warm in there. When we reached there, there are random monkeys jumping and roaming around. We are able to get so close to them!
There are children play areas dotted around the zoo which is very useful. Whenever my husband and I needed a rest, we let both the kids have a play in the play areas!
We’d love to say a big thanks to Cravendale and Dudley Zoo Gardens for organising this activity for our family to enjoy. Start drinking Cravendale and collect codes to get your free activity.