Peaky Blinders nights at Black Country Living Museum

Published: Friday, 25 June 2021

PART of the Peaky Blinders television series is filmed at the Black Country Living Museum.

The museum is giving fans the chance to follow in the footsteps of Cillian Murphy and the late Helen McCrory and visit the locations of the series at the museum by the Dudley Canal, Alan Tilbury reports.

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People can visit Charlie's Strong's Yard—the canal arm when the series isn't being filmed—the centre of many disputes including the tea party scene in series three.

Other locations across the museum that star in the hit series include the canal bridge and St James's School with Peaky fans encouraged to grab a flat cap and their finest threads to step into the underworld of the 1920s.

Tickets available

Tickets will go on sale on the 17th July at midday, with priority booking open for the museums members from 30th June.

The nights will take place on September 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 and 25 and then a further two dates in November 12 and 13.