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Dudley Museum at the Archives

Follow Dudley’s story from pre-history to the present day in our newly designed premises and refreshed displays.

  • Duncan Edwards collection at Dudley Museum

Dudley Museum at Dudley Archives is the main headquarters for the Black Country Global Geopark.

As well as the geology displays, collections include Dudley Castle finds, Dudley Local Heroes, local glass.  Art work from our collection includes Dudley landscapes and in focus display: Frank Short RA.

There is a section dedicated to the Global Geopark within the Museum containing information on all 45 geosites. Throughout the rest of the Museum is an amazing fossils and minerals collection, a dinosaur gallery, a glass collection, local sporting heroes including a small selection of Duncan Edwards memorabilia and a small art display.

The Learning team offer lots of different activities and events for all. 

  • The Archives and Local History Centre, Tipton Road, Dudley DY1 4SQ

     

  • Situated on the A4037 between Dudley and Tipton, next to the Black Country Living Museum.

    If you are travelling using a SATNAV: DY1 4SQ

    Rail: The closest railway station is Tipton which is on the Birmingham to Wolverhampton line - approximately one mile from the Museum.

    Bus: There are a number of bus routes that stop outside the Black Country Living Museum and so are convenient for the Museum at the Archives.

    Number 24: Merry Hill to Foxyards Estate
    Number 229: Bilston to Dudley (via Coseley and Sedgley)
    Number 311: Walsall to Dudley
    Number 313: Walsall to Dudley
    Number 310: Willenhall to Merry Hill (via Wednesbury and Dudley)

  • Telephone 01384 811280
    Email: museums@dudley.gov.uk

    Also visit the collection's on PinterestFlickr and blackcountryhistory.org.

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    Open from 10am - 4pm, Monday to Saturday

  • Free parking

  • Twitter: @DudleyMuseum

    Facebook: Dudley Museum

    Also visit the collection's on PinterestFlickr and blackcountryhistory.org.