The Black Country Living Museum covers up to 26 acres of former industrial land and tells the story of the creation of the first industrial landscape to form in the 1800s. The region became famous for the making of wrought iron and due to some very hard-working people and the vast amount of entrepreneurial and manufacturing skills they had, the products created were distinctive and well-known across the country. Black Country Living Museum discount codes allow you to enjoy this foray into an interesting and exciting moment of our history at a great price too.
The museum is now the UK’s third most-visited open-air museum and this isn’t surprising with the vast array of experiences on offer for visitors of all ages. The canal side village is the heart of the museum with shops and houses all authentically reconstructed to mimic the past and workshops which show visitors live demonstrations of old methods of glass cutting and sweet making plus many other trades. As well as the village, there is an underground mine and the Limelight Cinema which shows silent films from the 1920s and costumed characters are always around to add a real-life atmosphere to the surroundings.
- Choose the offer you want to use for your visit to Black Country Living Museum and click on 'View Deal' to get your discount code. For some deals, you don't need a code or voucher and will be told to go straight to their website to book
- Use your code when you book and pay online
- Printable vouchers, for instance those you can use in the gift shop, should be shown when you make your purchase to claim the discount
The museum offers a group discount for parties of 15 or more so why not see if any friends, families or relatives are interested in visiting too. The helpful staff at Black Country Museum will help plan and book your group visit and there are a range of benefits to organising a group outing from the option of a personal guide to discounted guide books.
What does the admission price include?
An admission ticket includes entry to all of the exhibits within the museum site, including the underground mine, a Victorian school lesson and rides on the vintage transport. It also gives you unlimited daytime visits to the museum for 12 months.
Fairground rides and boat trips are an additional cost.
Do we have to pay for parking at the museum?
Car parking in the main car park is charged at £3.
Are dogs allowed at the museum?
Only officially registered Assistance Dogs are allowed into the museum.
From Wednesday 11th January to Sunday 26th March the museum is open Wednesday - Sunday, 10am – 4pm and closed on Monday and Tuesday. The exception is half term (Sat 18th Feb – Sun 26th Feb) when it will be open daily, 10am – 4pm. From Monday 27th March the museum will be open daily, 10am – 5pm until the winter. If unsure it is best to check the website for full details.
Phone - 0121 557 9643
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org