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Specialist Tours

Our specialist tours take place once a month on a Saturday and begin with an introductory welcome to the Museum in the main visitor reception at 2pm. 

Come and explore with one of our Audio Descriptive tours featuring one of our trained costume demonstrators revealing Black Country history through touch and handling experiences. 

Join our Deaf Friendly tours facilitated by a qualified British Sign Language interpreter for deaf and hard of hearing visitors. The BSL interpreter works alongside one of our friendly costumed demonstrators who will support the tour by spoken interpretation.

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Audio Descriptive Tour - The Women Chainmakers Of Cradley Heath

08 June - 08 June

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Deaf Friendly Tours - Explore Edwardian Gardening

06 July - 06 July

on the move audio tour

Audio Descriptive Tour - Travel on a vintage vehicles made in the Black Country

14 September

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Deaf Friendly Tours - Edwardian School Lesson

12 October - 12 October

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Audio Descriptive Tour - The Aromas of Emile Doo's The Chemist

09 November - 09 November

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