Visitors to the borough of Dudley will be delighted by the variety of things to see and do

Red House Glass Cone 2

The Red House Glass Cone stands 100ft tall in the Stourbridge Glass Quarter, a region known for its glassmaking history spanning over 400 years. Discover bespoke artisan craft studios, exhibitions and a gift shop, all available with free admission and complimentary parking. While the Cone's interior is presently closed for maintenance, there's still much to explore. We are in the process of refurbishing our hot glass studio, with live glass blowing demonstrations expected soon. Stay updated by visiting our website or checking our social media platforms.

Ruskin Glass Centre is home to past greats of the glass industry. Learn about the history of glass making in the area. Artisans also operate independent craft studios.

Stourbridge Glass Museum

Home to the globally significant Stourbridge Glass Collection, complemented by engaging interactive digital displays. The Museum runs a busy events programme, featuring talks and exhibitions on the topic of glassmaking and much more.

The Lace Guild situated in the heart of the Glass Quarter, houses a large collection of lace items and artefacts depicting the fascinating history of this heritage craft.

Himley Hall & Park

Offers an ‘Indulgent Afternoon Tea’. Host to events, activities and walks throughout the year.

At Dudley Museum at the Archives follow Dudley’s story from pre-history to the present day. With a fantastic selection of fossils and geology displays, collections include Dudley Castle Finds and a Dudley Local Heroes gallery with a small collection of Duncan Edwards memorabilia. Artwork from the collection includes Dudley landscapes. The Museum is also the headquarters of the Black Country Global Geopark. Events and activities throughout the year are available. Admission is free and there is free car parking.

Experience sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the Black Country as you explore shops, houses and industrial workshops rebuilt in the canal side villages at the Black Country Living Museum.

Discover the art of legging inside the fantastic Dudley Canal & Limestone Mines. Experience an underground 45-minute skipper guided tour. Our 16 miles of navigable canals are ideal for walking, cycling, and fishing. Or perhaps you’ll take in a show at one of our borough halls.

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