Discover the story of the world’s first industrial landscape at the Black Country Living Museum. Enjoy a family friendly canal boat trip into the heart of the geologically significant limestone mines under Dudley town centre and watch glassblowing demonstrations in the Stourbridge Glass Quarter.
Sandwell Valley Country Park comprises 2000 acres of lakes, woodland and farms with hidden pools, wildlife refuges and the remains of an old Benedictine monastery. Mad O’Rourkes Pie Factory in Tipton is a world famous pub that invented the huge ‘Desperate Dan’s Cow Pie’, offers great food, real ale and sawdust on the floor.
The New Art Gallery in Walsall has internationally renowned Garman Ryan collection, included works by Jacob Epstein, Modigliani, Monet, Rembrandt, Constable, Van Gogh and Picasso. Walsall Leather Museum is the world’s capital of saddle making. The Leather Museum tells the fascinating story of this trade, in a superb Victorian factory. Tours and demonstrations are available.
Moseley Old Hall near Wolverhampton is where King Charles ll hid after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Wolverhampton Grand Theatre is a Grade ll listed Victorian theatre presenting touring productions of musicals, drama, dance, opera, family shows, concerts and pantomimes.
The Black Country has plenty to see and do, come and see for yourself.
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