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Peaky Tours

Peaky Blinders was filmed at many locations throughout the country, find out more about the other film locations on a selection of tour days below:

Black Country Living Museum

/media/about/library/peaky-blinders-film-map---frontcover-custom.jpgWe hope you come and visit us soon to walk around and take your photos in the same places the Shelbys stood. Pick up a souvenir film location map on admission for just £1 or order from our online shop and see if you can spot the locations used for all four series.

Don't forget you pay for just one day visit and we will give you an UnChained Annual Pass so you can visit as often as you like for 12 months.  

 

 

 

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Birmingham Peaky Tours

Want to learn about the real Peaky Blinders?

Join the Birmingham  'Peaky Tours' where Carl Chinn MBE will take you on a dark journey of discovery. A journey about poverty, crime and gangs which still has a resonance in the 21 st century.   Find out more at peakytours.com

Liverpool Peaky Locations Tours

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Peaky Locations Tours are run by a professional Blue Badge tour guide, member of the Institute of Tourist Guides who happily is also a massive fan of the show. Six different “Peaky” coach tours of Liverpool and the North-West are offered, mostly for groups but with occasional tours open to booking by individuals. They range in length from 3 hours to the full 8-hour “Who’s Gonna Stop Us?” tour. Find out more at Peakylocationstours.com

Peaky Blinders Tour of Filming Locations

/media/about/library/bmt_logo_vertical-250.jpgA half day Peaky Blinders tour for a chance to explore film locations both within the city of Liverpool and further afield. Fans will have the opportunity to see the locations up close and hear anecdotes about the making of all three series of the show. Find out more at  britmovietours.com 

Did you know?

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The crane of the 1926 Fowler B6 road locomotive is recorded as moving 126 tons - equivalent to the weight of an anchor and its 1800 ft chain on Titanic.

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