Peaky Blinders Nights at Black Country Living Museum This Autumn!

Fancy stepping into the smoky underworld of the 1920s in the place where the story of the smash-hit TV series stems from?

You can do precisely that at Black Country Living Museum!

The award-winning open-air museum in Dudley is bringing back its popular Peaky Blinders Nights this Autumn.

For those who haven’t visited the Black Country Living Museum before…

It brings Birmingham’s history to life before your very eyes! The museum has over 40 carefully reconstructed shops, houses and industrial areas that span over 26 landscaped acres. Historic characters tell visitors first-hand what it was like to live and work during the Industrial Revolution and beyond.

It’s a great historic day out for families to enjoy, with many events happening across the year.

But this event is definitely for Peaky fans and cannot be missed!

Fans of the smash-hit TV series will walk in the footsteps of the show’s biggest stars at the Peaky Blinders Nights. One of the key sets from the drama is there as well as Blue Plaques that highlight key locations from the shows.

Pockets of live scenes will put you at the heart of the thrill of some of Birmingham’s notorious gangs. Why not grab yourself your own pint of real local ale at the museum’s very own ‘Garrison Pub’ afterwards.

Tickets are selling out quick for Peaky Blinders Nights at Black Country Living Museum. You can still purchase tickets for Fri 16 Sept, Fri 18 Nov and Fri 23 Sept. Visit their website for ticket and event information.

Whilst you are here, read about Turtle Bay’s second restaurant opening in Birmingham!

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