Dudley Museums has two fantastic venues - Dudley Museum at the Archives and The Red House Glass Cone. The collections and exhibitions on our sites are many and varied, covering centuries of Dudley's history. Join us for a celebration of our contribution to the nation's industrial heritage, art and culture.
The Cone's restoration has now started. There is no access at all to the actual cone whilst building work is taking place. The rest of the site is still open.
The Red House Glass Cone is in the heart of the Stourbridge glass quarter. It was built in 1794 and was manufacturing glass until 1936.
Explore our family friendly venue; discover Fossils, Dinosaurs, Dudley Local Heroes, Fine Art and more.
Headquarters to the Black Country Global Geopark.
Have fun, learn new skills, meet new people and experience events that will stay with you forever.
All ages, shapes and sizes welcome.
There really is more to museums.
The new home of glass is now open.
Supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Dudley MBC.
On Friday 10 July 2020, the Black Country was officially recognised as a UNESCO Global Geopark.
A joint project with Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton Councils.
John Constable’s The Cornfield, one of the most beloved paintings from The National Gallery's London collection, was on show in Dudley as part of a nationwide tour