Visit the 26 acre open-air museum and experience the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the Black Country as you join in 300 of history like no other.
Black Country Living Museum
Take a trip ‘Into the Thick’ of the underground mine, chat to the family characters, hop on a tram, explore the shops and houses, and enjoy live demonstrations as you discover the Black Country’s impact on the world.
Join in the fun with the kids and take part in traditional street games and enjoy all the fun of the 1930s Fairground - try your luck on the Coconut Shy. Step into the spotlight as you watch silent classics in the 1920s Cinema and see traditional metal-working demonstrations. Taste the difference in the traditionally cooked fish and chip shop and enjoy a real ale or dandelion and burdock at the Bottle and Glass Inn - just a few of the activities that will keep you entertained on a day out at the Museum, come rain or shine.