Black Country Living Museum
About The Black Country Living Museum
Historic buildings from all around the Black Country have been moved and authentically rebuilt at the Museum, to create a tribute to the traditional skills and enterprise of the people that once lived in the heart of industrial Britain. Electric tramcars and trolleybuses transport visitors back in time from the modern exhibition halls to the canal-side village, where costumed demonstrators and working craftsmen bring the buildings to life with their local knowledge, practical skills and unique Black Country humour. Our trolley bus collection includes two operational trolley buses made by Sunbeam, Wolverhampton. We also have a selection of Black Country Trolley buses awaiting long term restoration including a rare and early Wolverhampton trolleybus, Number 78, made by Guy Motors in 1931. Trolley buses last ran in Britain in 1972 in Bradford, our trolley bus route is currently the longest in the country. *Image is not necessarily one of the museum.
The Museum is Open throughout the year with reduced hours in winter and welcomes individuals, parties and organised group visits. An admission charge is made. Educational parties are especially welcome with tours specifically designed to suit their requir
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Use the website address or contact numbers below. Thank you.
Tipton Road, Dudley, DY1 4SQ
0121 557 9643