Boat trips through the canal tunnel to see the caverns. Displays in the visitor centre.
Exhibitions programme. Café.
Open please see website.
An open-air museum with a canalside village of reconstructed period shops, houses and workshops
telling the story of the Black Country Towns and their people from the industrial revolution to the 1960s.
Costumed characters, live demonstrations and events. Fairground. Vintage tram and bus rides. Underground mine. Cafés.
Open Apr-Oct, Daily 1000-1700. Feb-Mar & Nov-Dec, WThFSSu 1000-1600.
Bus 229 from Owen Street near station to opposite the Museum, 5 minutes journey. M-S every 30 minutes, Sun hourly. Buses operate a one-way loop in Tipton, using the same stop in both directions. For the Museum you need a bus with destination 'Dudley Bus Station'. For bus times see www.tfwm.org.uk
Displays tell the story of Dudley from pre-history to the present day covering geology,
local glass and art work, Dudley Castle finds and local heroes.
Open closed, see website.
Bus see Black Country Living Museum above.
Hundreds of exotic and endangered animals on an ancient wooded hillside surrounding the ruins of the
11th century Dudley Castle. Other features include a vintage chairlift and Modernist reinforced concrete Tecton structures.
Restaurant, café and kiosks. Adventure playground.
Open Daily 1000-1700 (closes earlier in winter, see website).
Bus 42 from station forecourt to opposite Zoo main entrance, 14 minutes journey. M-S every 30 minutes, Sun hourly. Also bus 229 (and 42) from Owen Street, see Black Country Living Museum above. For bus times see www.tfwm.org.uk