Where to eat & drink
The Museum boasts a range of places to enjoy a bite to eat or a drink.
Within the main entrance building, Rolfe Street Café serves sweet and savoury light bites & drinks. Locally produced ‘foodie’ gifts are also available to take home.
Download our sample menu & prices for Rolfe Street Cafe
Open: 9am - 5pm
We reckon our chips are the best! Our world famous fish & chips cooked in beef dripping are certainly worth the wait. The 1930s fish & chip shop offers traditionally cooked finest cod, roe and chips; reputed to be the best in the midlands using beef dripping for frying. Dietary Requirements: Please ask at the counter if your wish to try our gluten free fish and our vegetarian option chips in vegetable oil.
Open: 11.30am – 4pm. (until 3.30 winter hours)
Fish & Chips £6.50
Thirsty? Why not stop and sample a pint of local traditional ale at our Black Country Inn.
We endeavour to have interesting spirits, all with an interesting stories, that we love to tell. Barmaid, Alicia has the whiskey knowledge, and our landlady Jen is all clued up about gins. If you’re not sure what to choose, please ask and we’ll help out. We have around 20 whiskeys and 30 gins... Cheers!
Our Black Country landlady calls bar open from 11.00am - 4.00pm. Sundays from 12.00pm - 4.00pm. (until 3pm winter hours)
Located at the heart of the Museum, our indoor café offers a range of hot and cold authentic dishes of the past with a modern twist.
We cater for various dietary requirements, please ask any of our catering team if you require assistance.
Download our sample menu
Daily: 10am - 4pm
From £17.50 for Adults
from £8.75 for Children
free for under 5's
from £36.75 for Families (1+3)
and £51.45 for Families (2+3)
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