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Conway Garage

Transport Weekend - Access Tour (Audio Descriptive)

19 June 2021

Explore our transport collection with a personal tour, with Audio Description.

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Transport Weekend - Access Tour (Audio Descriptive)

19 June 2021

Our Audio Descriptive Access Tour for June will be celebrating the history of transport in the Black Country.

Our specialist audio descriptive tours are designed to welcome visitors who are blind or partially sighted. 

We will put the key in the ignition and start the first part of our tour in the Motor Garage, Bradburn & Wedge, and accelerate down to Conway Garage. You will have exclusive access to the car collections on site with your own personal guide.

The tour will feature the Museum's Automotive Collections onsite in Bradburn and Wedge, Hartills and the Conway Garage.

Tour time: 10:30am - 12:30pm

Come and explore our Audio Descriptive tours exploring Black Country history through touch and handling experiences. Led by one of our trained historic characters, each tour begins with an introductory welcome at the start of the tour inside the Museum entrance - your tour guide will be waiting for you. 

Booking Details

Attendance at our specialist tours must be booked in advance. 

Book Online or Call 0121 520 8054 (open Mon-Fri 10am-4pm) 

If you would like to book in as a group please get in touch so that we can discuss this for you. If you have any questions about booking we would be happy to help - you can either call us on the number above or email our team on salesandticketing@bclm.com

Usual admission prices apply for this event.  

Your admission price for this tour includes an UnChained Annual Pass, which is valid for 12 months free returns to the Museum*.

If you have an UnChained Annual pass already you can join our specialist Audio Descriptive tours for free (you will still need to book a place on the tour – please contact our team either by phone or email to do this).

*terms and conditions apply

Important Information

We want to make everyone’s visit safe and enjoyable.  Please help us and other visitors by maintaining social distancing, following road markings and signage, and observing directions from Museum staff.   Visit our  essential visitor information  and FAQs page to find out how to plan and make the most of your visit.

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