Black Country Living is a great day out for kids and adults alike. It's a place where parts of "Peaky Blinders" were shot. The Black Country Living Museum (formerly the Black Country Museum) is an open-air museum of rebuilt historic buildings in Dudley, West Midlands, England. It is located in the centre of the Black Country, 10 miles west of Birmingham. The museum occupies 105,000 square metres (26 acres) of former industrial land partly reclaimed from a former railway goods yard, disused lime kilns, canal arm and former coal pits.The museum opened to the public in 1978, and has since added over 50 shops, houses and other industrial buildings from around the Metropolitan Boroughs of Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall and the City of Wolverhampton (collectively known as the Black Country); mainly in a specially built village. Most buildings were relocated from their original sites to form a base from where demonstrators portray life spanning 300 years of history, with a focus on 1850-1950. Sunday tickets are sold out, plenty left for Wednesday. If you have a problem with gambling , ask a friend or member of family and they can supply you with an old/used up scratch card/ lottery ticket.
As a 'thank you' we're offering Lottery players free entry to the Museum on Wed 9 June and Sun 13 Jun 2021. Fans of "peaky blinders" will recognise some spots within which were used as a
Today we will be taking part in National Lottery Open Week with a special offer, as detailed above, to National Lottery players who provide proof of purchase. If you are visiting us with a National Lottery ticket, please select "other ticket types (£0.00)" below.
All visitors will need to pre-book a timed entry ticket to visit the Museum.