Black Country Living Museum
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At Black Country Living Museum, we connect yow with stories. We proudly share why our small region made a big impact on the world and bring Black Country folk back to life, from metalworkers and miners to nurses and schoolteachers – and even a pub landlord or two.
Yow will experience sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the Black Country as yow explore shops, houses and industrial workshops. With plenty to see and do, yow are in for a bostin’ day!
0121 520 8054
Museum open Monday-Sunday; 10.00am-5.00pm
Pay for one day and have as many daytime visits as you want for one year!
Peaky Blinders Nights
Grab your flatcap and don your finest threads for a night of fun and revelry as you explore the Museum and step into the smoky underworld of the 1920s.
Take a stroll around the Museum’s streets and alleys but watch your step – you never know who might be lurking around the corner. Keep your wits about you as pockets of live scenes bring the razor blade gang to life before your eyes as you encounter some of Birmingham’s most notorious gangs.
Christmas at bclm
Our latest events
As the winter nights draw in, what better way to spend an evening than in a proper Black Country Pub! Join us for tales of Christmases Past, as our researchers recount how Christmas was...