- Visit this award winning museum from Ling Safari
- The museum tells the story of the Black Country from the 1830's
- The first industrial landscape anywhere in the world
- Learn about the region, it's people, the environment, how they lived and worked.
- Visit the small industrial village built of reclaimed, moved and renovated shops, buildings, vehicles, roads and bridges
- Experience how they lived through enactments and demonstrations in period costumes
- Understand and experience it's distinctive scale, drama and intensity of its industrial might.
- Get a sense of how people lived through their shops houses, factories and mines, the smoke and glare from blast furnaces and forges
- Understand Black Country innovation, entrepreneurial and manufacturing supremacy for the making of wrought iron.
- The Black Country is famous for structural ironwork, chain making, locks and keys, tube manufacture, trap making and many others – which were exported across the globe.
- Come rain or shine a great full day of fun and learning for all the familly
- Visit the the village shops, houses, school, church, cinema, pub and cafés
- Find time to:
- take a ride on a tram
- go underground in the mine 'into the thick'
- Watch the traditional skills of metal working such as nail making
- Try traditional fish & chips 'old style', they reckon they are the best!
- Find out what Thomas Newcomen did 300 years ago and why it was magnificent and genuinely historic.
- See bread, sweets, chain, nails and horse brasses being made.
- Rolfe Street Café - Within the main entrance building, serves sweet and savoury light bites & drinks.
- Hobbs’ Fish & Chip Shop - We reckon our chips are the best! Our world famous fish & chips cooked in beef dripping are certainly worth the wait. Vegetarian options are available upon request.
- Bottle & Glass Inn - Pop in for a pint of local ale at our traditional Black Country Inn.
- Workers’ Institute Café - Located at the heart of the Museum, our indoor café offers a range of hot and cold food & drinks.
- Hobbs’ Courtyard Café - Our stylish open air café has a light seasonal food, sweet treat & drink selection suitable for all. Waited service.
- Shop - Choose from a wide range of Museum souvenirs, traditional homeware, local artists' prints and canvases, local history and general interest books, cards and gifts.
Where is it...
- Black Country Living Museum Trust
- Tel: 0121 557 9643
- Web: http://www.bclm.co.uk
How far is it from Ling Safari?
- 16 miles by car from Ling Safari to the Black Country Living Museum
How do I get there
Please copy and paste or type our post code into the above box DY121LN to get your route.