Black Country Living Museum


Black Country Living Museum is an award winning open air museum, set in an industrial canalside village, where you can see history brought to life and learn first hand what it was like to live, work and shop in the 1800s to 1940s.

The Museum tells the story of the Black Country, the World’s first industrial landscape during the industrial revolution, where you can see live demonstrations of metal working and glass cutting, enjoy traditional entertainment at the 1920s cinema and fairground, marvel over the vintage transport and canal boats and explore the underground mine.

With so much to see and do, the Museum is fun for all of the family.

SPECIAL OFFER TO SIGNAL 107: 2 for 1 discount offer. DOWNLOAD HERE

This voucher entitles ONE FREE entry to the Black Country Living Museumwhen accompanied by another person paying the equal or higher admission charge.

Voucher valid until 31 December 2012

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