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Black Country Living Museum

Tipton Road, Dudley DY1 4SQ, England
+44 121 557 9643
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Great place to visit!

We took our grandchildren here for a day out and they loved it. Plenty to do and with a little bit... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Visit the past, a working history of the Black Country

An absolute must visit. Book your tickets on line to avoid the queue. Once in the attraction, take... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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Covering 26 acres of former industrial land, Black Country Living Museum is uniquely placed to tell the story of the creation of the world’s first industrial landscape. Over fifty authentic shops, houses and workshops have been carefully reconstructed to preserve the character of the region when its manufacturers bought worldwide fame to Black Country Towns. Take a trip on the tram to explore the canal-side village, where you can meet and chat to the costumed characters. Explore the underground mine and experience the authentic sights, sounds, smells and tastes from the past.
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  • Very good25%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“chip shop” (204 reviews)
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Tipton Road, Dudley DY1 4SQ, England
+44 121 557 9643
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Reviewed yesterday

We took our grandchildren here for a day out and they loved it. Plenty to do and with a little bit of tweaking here and there this could be fantastic. The walking trip in the mine was excellent and well worth making the point of...More

Thank Rigibann
Reviewed yesterday

An absolute must visit. Book your tickets on line to avoid the queue. Once in the attraction, take your time to absorb the atmosphere of all of the exhibits from old trolley buses, vintage cars and motorcycles to houses, shops and the working life of...More

Thank dav055
Reviewed yesterday

This was our first time going & will say that we will defiantly be going back. As we had never been before so didn't quite know what to expect but we ended up spending the whole day there. There is something for most people, the...More

Thank Dan B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a lovely day here, had fish and chips with battered bits from Hobbs chip shop, they was delicious, there was a few new attractions added since we last went, my husband brought a peaky blinders cap which he was chuffed with, well worth...More

Thank Deborah B
Reviewed yesterday

A great day out with a teenage grand-daughter. The venue seemed well-run and the information-givers friendly and knowledgeable. There's a lot of walking involved to cover the whole site but it's definitely worth doing. The fish and chips were the best I had had for...More

Thank Mamamarilyn2017
Reviewed 2 days ago

This place exceeded my expectations. It is a brilliant family day out. The kids will love looking in all the little cottages, seeing the actors talk about how they live and watching the old buses go round. The trip down the mine is a bit...More

Thank Natalie F
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

There is lots to see and do, easy to fill a day trip. The volunteers who provide the history and information of what it was like to live in the Black Country nearly 100 years ago are fantastic. They are interesting and friendly. There are...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We pre booked tickets and avoided the big queue as our visit was on a sunny day in the middle of the school holidays. Our four children (8, 10, 12 and 15) really enjoyed it as did the adults. Fish and chips were A1, the...More

Thank mitchavfc
Reviewed 2 days ago

WOW a super day for all the family with a team that make you feel part of the experience. As a family our children really questioned how life use to be before laptops and iPads and then to discover the toilet was in the garden...More

Thank polishwizard
Reviewed 2 days ago

Took a group of children and they really enjoyed it. They especially liked the sweet shop but also perhaps things I hadn't expected them to - the tipsy house and the schoolroom. I had been a couple of times before but there were new exhibits/buildings...More

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10 August 2017|
Response from Rebecca G | Reviewed this property |
no not at all. it is very much s out taking it at hour one pace. I would say if you have children under 5 it may be harder to engage them and there is quite a bit of walking to do from one part to another
6 August 2017|
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Response from lakelover908 | Reviewed this property |
Adult cost between £14 and £17.50 depending on circumstances and family tickets ftom £36.75. The tickets are for a 12month period. I do not know the cost of the boat trip.
1 August 2017|
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Response from SteveAndEm | Reviewed this property |
Yes it's pushchair friendly!