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Visitor Notice

In line with national restrictions the Museum is temporarily closed.

We currently plan to re-open in early April 2021.  News of our re-opening date will be published on our website and social media in due course, so please do check for updates.

Thank you for your continued support, we look forward to welcoming you back soon.

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    Winter Closure

    The Museum is now closed for our annual winter shutdown. Please check back soon for updates and events for 2021. 

  • Your giving will help keep us living

    Your giving can help keep us living

    To support the work we do with schools, local communities and volunteer groups, please consider making a donation.  Thank you.

  • 1930s street with bus

    Winter Closure

    The Museum is now closed for our annual winter shutdown. Please check back soon for updates and events for 2021.

  • Your giving will help keep us living

    Your giving can help keep us living

    To support the work we do with schools, local communities and volunteer groups, please consider making a donation.  Thank you.

Coming Soon

Dudley Miner

The average age of death was 16.7 in Dudley in 1841

Black by day red by night

In 1866 the Black Country was described as "black by day and red by night"

Stourbridge Lion

In 1828, Stourbridge built the first steam train to operate on US soil

Lady Chainmakers

In 1910 the lady chain makers of Cradley Heath helped win Britain's first minimum wage

Queen Vic

13 year old Queen Victoria described the land as "desolate" and "black"

2021

05 January - 31 December
2021 Visitor Programme will be published soon

Digital Book Giveaway For Museum Twitter Followers

BCLM Receives ArtFund Award

November Lockdown - Museum Update

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Digital Book Giveaway For Museum Twitter Followers

The University of Wolverhampton has teamed up with Black Country Living Museum to give away 25 free copies of a historical Black Country novel written by local writer, Rob Francis. Rob, a graduate of the...

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