Film & TV Location
Visit the Museum and you may well be walking on the set of one of your favourite films or TV series.
We've highlighted just a few of our favourites below.
If you are interested in filming at our Museum, please see Hire BCLM to Film
BBC Two 1920s Gangster Drama
Series 1, 2 & 3.
Find out more and see behind the scenes' images of Peaky Blinders at BCLM
Victorian Bakers sees modern bakers head into the midst of the Industrial Revolution and the 1870s as they film in BCLM’s very own bakery.
Take a peek behind the scenes
24 hours in the Past
Tyger Drew-Honey, Miquita Oliver, Ann Widdecombe, Alistair McGowan, Colin Jackson and Zoe Lucker experience the harsh realities for workers in the 19th century in this BBC reality TV show.
BBC Drama Series, 2 September 2014
Find out about when Our Zoo filmed at BCLM
Arthur & George
ITV's three-part crime drama adaptation of Julian Barnes’ novel of the same name. Stars Martin Clunes.
Find out more and see behind the scenes of Arthur & George at BCLM
Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis
Warwick Davis and his family visited BCLM for ITV’s second series of Weekend Escapes With Warwick Davis.
Take a look at when Warwick visited BCLM
BBC period police drama series 1, Transmission 18 March 2013
See behind the scenes of WPC56 at BCLM
Dancing on the Edge
Stephen Poliakoff’s explosive 1930s drama following a jazz band in London at a time of huge change.
Transmission date 4 February 2013, BBC
BBC Series 1, 2 & 3
Drama following the lives and loves of four girls away from home, doing their bit for Britain in the Women's Land Army.
Series 1: First Transmitted September 2009
Series 2: First Transmitted January 2011
Series 3: First Transmitted November 2011
Find out about when Land Girls filmed at BCLM
Yvette Fielding and her team have visited the streets of BCLM a few times.
Find out about their spooky trips around our village
All filming at BCLM
Find out what other TV shows & films have been filmed here at BCLM.
The Museum welcomes different types of pre-booked filming, including feature films, television dramas, documentaries, interviews and photographic shoots (resource permitting).
To discuss filming opportunities at Black Country Living Museum, please see Hire BCLM to Film
Please note, due to demand on resources we are not currently accepting requests for coursework-related filming from students.
Did you know?
In the Black Country a chamber pot is also called a ‘Guzz’under’ because it ‘goes under the bed’!