bring the curriculum to life

Key stage 3 & 4

your educational packagae

Bring your students to explore 300 years of history at our open-air museum. Our inspiring educational visits will help your students put history into context, through a unique and immersive learning experience.

  • A guided visit to the Museum
  • An additional activity of your choice*
  • Linked downloadable resources

*subject to availability

Children at black country living museum

Guided visit

Students will enjoy a guided visit of the site, following a theme of your choosing. Using enquiry-based learning they will discover more about the history of the Black Country.

Children working alongside a canal at black country living museum

Additional activities

Make your visit even more memorable with additional activities. We have something for all age groups and ability levels to help you make the most of your visit.

A teacher demonstrating at black country living museum

Classroom Resources

COMING SOON: KS3 & 4 Classroom Resources
Browse our wide range of resources tailored to your enquiry theme for use either before or after your visit to us.

Artsmark and arts award

We are part of the Artsmark Partnership programme which is a network of arts and cultural organisations that can support schools and education settings on their Artsmark journey, embedding arts and culture across the curriculum, and inspiring children and young people to create, experience, and participate in great arts and culture.

 We offer the following opportunities for all education settings, including those who are working towards, or currently hold an Artsmark Award: 

  • Arts Award Offer 
  • Creative Activities 

Find out more about Artsmark on their website.

To find out how Black Country Living Museum   can support your Artsmark journey, contact the Learning Team at [email protected]

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