Welcome Back

Welcome Back

Camperdown Wildlife Centre ready to welcome back visitors

Plan your visit

Plan your visit

We’ve put together some information for you to explore before you visit and find out what changes we have been making to help keep you safe.

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The Friends of Camperdown Wildlife Centre is an independent group of people who have taken their enthusiasm for Camperdown Wildlife Centre (CWC) a step further and actively assist in its aims to ...

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The Wildlife Centre will be operating a one way system and visitors will be guided by arrows and dots 2 metres apart. There will also be some fencing in place to ensure the new system is easy to navigate.

Following Scottish Government guidance, face coverings are compulsory in the reception and toilet areas. Visitors should follow Scottish Government guidelines relating to outdoor gatherings. The café is open and picnics will be allowed on the lawn areas.

Sinclair Aitken, Chair of Leisure & Culture Dundee said

“Things have just not been the same at Camperdown Wildlife Centre without our visitors, so this is a really happy moment for us. We’ve really missed everyone and we know they have missed our animals. All of us have made sacrifices over the...

animal spotlight

red-bellied lemur

These lemurs are very vulnerable in the wild due to threats endangering habitats from slash-and-burn agriculture in Madagascar. The male red-bellied lemur has a red coloured ...