a 26 acre mostly outdoor recreation of the local area during the last 100 years. It includes its own internal bus service, coal mine, funfair, canal port, rebuilt houses from the period and more traditional museum displays. Entrance fee is expensive (over £10) but you can easily spend a whole day living in the past. Recreation of the area's industrial history with walk down coal mine, funfair, village, houses, school, chapel, pub, chip shop etc. Real buildings rebuilt. Also narrow boat trips into the caverns under Dudley's Castle Hill.
Best Western hotel with rooms, meeting rooms and a restaurant. Each bedroom includes bath and/or shower, work desk, flat screen freeview TV and complimentary WiFi. Some rooms have been adapted to allow for easier access.
A pub which is tilted due to subsidence. Gives optical illusions like a ball rolling uphill.
Real Ale pub with Bathams beers (brewed about 2 miles away)Food at Lunch time only
Manchester United and England footballer who was killed in the Munich Plane Crash