To celebrate the legacy of the region, the Black Country Living Museum is opening up its doors after hours for an atmospheric evening of live entertainment, industrial demonstrations, good food and living history – plus, tickets are half price!
Visitors are invited to step back in time and explore 26 acres of shops, houses and industrial areas and watch as costumed demonstrators skilfully craft nails, chains and more. You can wander through the cobbled streets, boat docks and industrial wasteland and see for yourself what it was like to live in one of Britain’s most heavily industrialised landscapes.
You can see the pit brought to life at the recently restored Racecourse Colliery experience which will be open throughout the evening, allowing visitors to explore life ‘on top of the mines’. Then, as darkness falls, make sure to catch the fire breathing entertainers out in the streets. Look
up and you’ll see projections of images of the region’s industrial past on the Museum’s huge Victorian limekiln. And be sure to check out the Museum’s quirky watering hole, the Bottle & Glass Inn and outdoor bar which will be serving real ale and gin cocktails, or grab a
bite to eat from the Museum’s famous Hobbs’ fish and chip shop.
For more information or to purchase your half price tickets visit bclm.com/RedbyNight.