"Recreating part of the Black Country's History" Black Country Living Museum Tip by Galahad

Black Country Living Museum, Dudley: 5 reviews and 4 photos

The aim of this museum is to portray the history and culture of the Black Country towns. The museum is spread over 26 acres, and many of the buildings are staffed with people in appropriate costume. I can't do better than quote from the web site as to the range of activities. Travel on a tramcar; Experience the underground coalmine; Ride on the fairground swingboats; See a silent film in the 1920s Cinema; Watch the demonstrations of metalworking and lots more for all ages and regardless of the weather.

Address: Tipton Road, Dudley
Directions: 1 mile from the town centre
Phone: 44 121 557 9643
Website: http://www.bclm.co.uk/

Review Helpfulness: 1.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jun 10, 2003
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