Throughout it’s 44-year history, Black Country Living Museum’s aim has always been clear: Inspiring your discovery of the Black Country. The museum ensures that the revolutionary story of the Black Country’s industrial landscape – the first ever of its kind in the UK – is celebrated by generations.
Set across 26 acres, visitors explore carefully reconstructed shops, houses and industrial areas that represent the Black Country’s story. You’ll learn how steam power, human ingenuity and an increasingly interconnected world transformed this region into a manufacturing powerhouse. You’ll meet our historic characters who’ll tell you stories of what it was really like to live and work during this revolutionary period of history. Most importantly, you’ll see history brought to life before your eyes – you’ll hear the clang of hammers; smell the smoke billowing from red brick chimneys; and maybe even taste the best fish and chips in the world.
Black Country Living Museum’s aim as a Museum is clear, but equally clear is the importance they place on their colleagues; without whose knowledge, experience, and passion, they wouldn’t be the success they are. Whether you’re looking to gain experience within the heritage sector, utilise your existing professional skills, or simply want to spend your spare time doing something you enjoy, Black Country Living Museum has many things which set it apart from other organisations.
Visit their website: www.bclm.com
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