Museu de História
Black Country Living Museum
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Definitely worth a visit if you're staying with us. This open air living museum sees history brought back to life. See what it was like to live and work in one of the first industrialised in Britain. BTW it's only around an hours drive.
A real living museum with characters and a couple of Coppers. Listen to stories from yester year and part take in the history of the black country. A must try are the traditionally cooked Fish & Chips. Peaky Blinders fans will also recognise this as the film set for the TV show.
This is a lovely day out where you step back in time and find out why the black country got its name. I recommend the coal mine trip (not for the claustrophobic) and the trip along the canal on a narrowboat. If you love fish and chips I can defiantly recommend them as they are cooked the old fashioned way.
A thought-provoking experience with 300 years of history & heritage in the Black Country. Explore the largest open-air museum in the UK in 26 acres of land.