Kids go free to Dublin Zoo for the next two weeks

Kids go free to Dublin Zoo for the next two weeks

Dublin Zoo has today announced a "kids go free" offer for its Facebook fans and Twitter followers.

The offer starts today and will continue until Friday, November 25.

There will be plenty for families to see over the two-week period thanks to the recent births of an Asian elephant calf, a southern white rhinoceros calf, a western lowland gorilla baby along with many other new arrivals – not to mention the opening of the new Orangutan Forest!

Families wishing to avail of the offer can find more information on Dublin Zoo’s Facebook page.


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