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The Museum Service

Red House Glass Cone

Red House Glass Cone is in the heart of the Stourbridge glass making region. It was built in 1794 and was  manufacturing glass until 1936. 

Dudley Museum

Dudley Museum@St James's Road closed on 22 December 2016. A new Dudley Museum@ Archives is planned for summer 2017. Follow the link for details.

Black Country History

Please use this section to discover more about the incredible range of artefacts, art, fossils, geological samples and ephemera cared for by the museum service.

Broadfield House Glass Museum

Broadfield House Glass Museum closed on the 30th September 2015. A new museum at the White House Cone will display the collections.

Jam Club

Juniors At Museums

JAM Club workshops and other fun events are organised for children and their families during the school holidays and some weekends.

Primary school children attend a workshop at Broadfield House Glass Museum


Learning at Dudley Museum Service includes both formal and informal learning for children and adults. In fact, there is something for everyone.

Dudley Museums Service statement of purpose

Dudley Museums Service exists for the inspiration, education and enjoyment of everyone. We preserve, promote, enrich and provide access to our local heritage through our glass, geology, art and other collections.

We encourage creativity in the arts and provide a window on the world through exhibitions and events.

My Dudley

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