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Learning at Black Country Living Museum

Key Stage 3 & 4

Bring your students to explore our open air museum with 300 years of history like no other, where students will develop an awareness of the past through a choice of themed study visits and engaging workshops aimed at Key Stage 3 & 4 learning.

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

Challenges for Britain, Europe and the wider world 1901 to the present day

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Accident Investigators

Accident Investigators

Ideas, political power, industry and empire: Britain, 1745 -1901

History: A local history study

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Significance of Coal and Iron

Significance of Coal and Iron

History: A local history study

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Building Bridges

Building Bridges

Students will investigate a range of different structures on the Museum site. 

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Chemistry at Work

Chemistry at Work

Students will get the opportunity to appreciate the place of chemistry in everyday life and the world of work.

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The History of Engineering

The History of Engineering

The History of Engineering in the Black Country, 1700-1940

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Design & Technology

Design & Technology

Design & Technology

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Themed Events

Themed Events

The Museum will be holding educational themed events with external organisations.

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Plan your visit

Plan your visit

Our Bookings Team are on hand  to offer help and advice to tailor make your visit to your students' needs.

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Did you know?

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Birmingham based Mamod's Traction Engine model TE1a won ‘Boys toy of the year’ award in 1972.

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