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Where to eat and drink

The Museum boasts a range of places to enjoy a bite to eat or a drink.

Enjoy traditional fish and chips at Hobb's Fish and Chip Shop.

Our world famous fish & chips are traditionally cooked in beef dripping at Hobbs' Fish & Chip shop, and are certainly worth the wait! Under the careful gaze of our expert fryers, our 1930s shop offers what are reputed to be the Black Country's finest cod and chips.

Dietary Requirements: Please ask at the counter if your wish to try our gluten free fish and chips, and our vegetarian option chips in vegetable oil. 

Prices: 

Fish & chips £7.20

Fish £4.70

Chips £2.60

Open: 11.30am – 4pm. (until 3.30pm winter hours) 

Traditionally cooked fish and chips


Enjoy a pint of real ale at the Bottle & Glass Inn

How about a pint of traditional local ale at a historic Black Country inn? You’ll find no added gas in our draft ales – they’re served in exactly the same way as they were in 1910!

We also cater to spirits connoisseurs with a range of locally sourced gins and heritage whiskies. If you’re looking for a tipple with an interesting story, please ask our landlord Rob who’ll be happy to offer his expert advice.

If you fancy a snack with your drink, then search no further than our award-winning pork pies from local butcher Craig Finch. Bostin’!

Our landlord calls bar open from 11.00am - 4.00pm. Sundays from 12.00pm - 4.00pm. (3.00pm winter hours)

 Traditional pork pie, real ale and snacks at the Bottle & Glass Inn


Delicious food at the Workers Institute Cafe

Located at the heart of the Museum, the Workers' Institute Café offers a range of seasonal hot and cold dishes to cater to every taste. The WI Café also serves a variety of speciality teas, coffees, hot chocolate and premium soft drinks.  If you’re looking for a treat, why not try a Churchfields luxury farmhouse ice cream?

We cater for various dietary requirements, please ask any of our catering team if you require assistance.

Open 10.00am - 5.00pm (4.00pm winter hours)

See a sample menu here

A range of sweet and savoury options at the Workers Institute Cafe


Lunch and snacks at the Crown Tubeworks Cafe

Within the main entrance building, Crown Tubeworks Café serves a selection of hot and cold snacks and sandwiches, as well as a range of tempting cakes and pastries.  We're also proud to serve Churchfields luxury farmhouse ice cream.

We cater for various dietary requirements, please ask any of our catering team if you require assistance.

Open: 9am - 5pm

Lunch and snacks at the Crown Tubeworks Cafe


traditional sweets at T Cook's Sweet Shop

With a range of tantalising flavours on offer, who could resist a traditionally made sweet? Try classic flavours from rhubarb & custard to pear drops. Which will you choose?

Open: 10am - 4:30pm (3:30pm in winter hours)

traditional sweets at T Cook's Sweet Shop


Locally sourced freshly baked cakes at Veal's Bakery

Locally sourced traditional cakes are the treats waiting for you at Veal's Bakery. From lardy cakes to bread pudding, and a host of others in between, there's something for everyone's sweet tooth here. 

Open: 10am - 4:30pm (3:30pm in winter hours)

Locally sourced freshly baked cakes at Veal's Bakery

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Opening times.

Daily, 10am - 5pm

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Prices.

Adults £18.45

Young Person £9.45

Under 3's  Free 

Families (1+3) £39.80

Families (2+3) £55.45

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