Enjoy a bostin’ night out for £20 or less
Visitors can enjoy a proper Black Country night out with a historical twist at the living museum, with new prices across a host of special evening events.
Kicking off the season is the popular Red By Night on 15-16 March, which celebrates the region’s industrial might. This year, the event is crowned with the launch of the Museum’s brand-new industrial quarter, with new stories to hear and new buildings to explore.
Starting in May, visitors can dance through the decades at events themed on the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. The brand-new 1960s Evening on 29 June will be the Museum’s first foray into the Swinging Sixties.
In September and November, the popular Peaky Blinders Nights return once again, with the famous Charlie’s Yard taking centre stage as the Museum celebrates the hit TV series, while in October, things take a spooky turn as Halloween Nights return for a night of trick-or-treating fun for little devils and ghouls.
With so many evening events to choose from, 2024 is the year to discover the Museum after hours, with new prices across most of their evening events – all evening prices are now £20 or less per adult.
A Museum spokeswoman said: “It’s set to be a fantastic year for the Museum, with so many firm favourites making a welcome return for 2024, as well as the exciting introduction of our brand-new 1960s event in June. We can’t wait to see old faces and new exploring our streets, offering new prices with the same bostin’ experience for even greater value.”
Tickets for the Museum’s evening events go on sale on Monday 29 January at 12noon. Their season of Christmas events will go on sale later this year in June.