Friday 21st February 2020
Black Country Living Museum
The Black Country Living Museum is an award-winning open-air museum that tells the story of one of the very first industrialised landscapes in Britain.
Set across 26 acres, explore over forty carefully reconstructed shops, houses and industrial areas. Meet historical characters who’ll tell you what it was like to live and work during the Industrial Revolution and beyond.
There is something here for the whole family:
- Take a ride on one of the heritage vehicles
- See daily live industrial demonstrations including brass, chain and nail making
- Play old-fashioned street games
- Indulge in the traditional tastes of the past in the baker’s shop, sweet shop and 1930s fish and chip shop
- Catch a short film in the 1920s cinema
- Quench your thirst in the Bottle & Glass Inn
- Find out about weird and wonderful treatments of the past in Emile Doo’s Chemist
- Test your times tables in a 1912 school lesson