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Black Country Living Museum, Dudley

Museum - Address: Tipton Road, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 4SQ

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ProFascinating, friendly staff full of insight, authe...

ConsExpensive, extra for car park, off-peak some attra...

Whilst holidaying in Worcestershire we stumbled across the rather intriguing sounding Black Country Living Museum located in the West Midlands, just over the border. The Black Country, a term dating back from the 1840s, was named so probably because of the dreadful air pollution or maybe because...

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“Don't Forget Your Wallet!”

published 12/08/2009

ProBeautiful and authentic buildings, some friendly s...

ConsHidden costs and many rude staff members

It was almost time for the annual May Bank Holiday; I had extra time off from University but my Brother was going to be stuck in his Uni accommodation all on his lonesome. This distressed my Mother greatly so she decided we should go and spend a couple of days with my Brother that weekend, in the...

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ProGreat value for money with the 2-1 offers, authent...

ConsNone for me

I recently went to the Black Country Living Museum with 11 member of my family ranging from ages 6 months to 75 years so it was quite the family outing. We were looking for somewhere outdoors with lots to do for all ages and which was value for money and chose the Black Country Living Museum as...

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Excellent

ProSomething for everyone

ConsIt would be miserable if it rained

I was thinking about places that I enjoy visiting and suddenly remembered that I had never done an opinion about The Black Country Living Museum located here in the Midlands. As I love the place I thought I’d better rectify the situation and tell you all about it. As usual with this type of...

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“A trip down memory lane”

published 23/02/2007

Pro A lovely day out

Cons None

One day I found myself trying to explain to my youngest children how people used to live years ago but they weren't quite grasping it, so I decided to take them to the Black Country Living Museum so could see first hand how people used to live. The Black Country Living Museum is situated in...

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“Ow Us Used Ter Live”

published 08/01/2001

ProSo much to see and do,and also educational

ConsNone

TThe Black Country Living Museum,in Dudley,West Midlands (from Junction 2 of M5 take A4123 and follow signs for Dudley)is an open-air museum covering some 26 acres,and is a living record of how life used to be in this area in the 19th and early 20th centuries.For those who don't know,the Black...

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“a living piece of history”

published 01/04/2008

ProGood day out

ConsCan be a lot of walking

brief introduction For those who think that museums are stuffy places filled with items in glass display cases have obviously not visited this place which is a museum with a difference The Black Country is an area of the Midlands which acquired its name as a result of its heavily industrialised...

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Excellent

ProEVERYTHING

ConsNOTHING

Went there today and it was raining. Almost didnt go in BUTwe decided to and it was well worth it even though it poured down, there was plenty to do inside too. The boat trip was awesome..breath taking. The fish and chips excellent. Watching the chain maker brilliant...looking in the shops and...

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Museum - Address: Tipton Road, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 4SQ

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Address: Tipton Road, Dudley, West Midlands DY1 4SQ

City: Dudley

Type: Museum

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