Discover Dudley editorial
Visitors to the borough of Dudley will be delighted by the variety of things to see and do in the area.
Stourbridge Glass Quarter has been home to glassmaking for over 400 years. Watch the art of glass blowing, marvel at the 100ft Red House Glass Cone, one of only four left in the UK. Visit bespoke craft studios and purchase gift items here and at the Ruskin Glass Centre.
Meanwhile, the Lace Guild houses a large collection of lace items and artefacts depicting the fascinating history of this heritage craft.
Dudley Zoological Gardens is home to hundreds of exotic and endangered animals. Located at the top of the hill you find the 11th century motte and bailey castle.
The award winning Black Country Living Museum takes visitors back in time with 300 years of history. Enjoy the sights, sounds, smells and tastes around the old fashioned shops. Relive the past with original trams, traditional fish & chips and raise a glass at the Bottle & Glass Inn public house.
Why not discover the art of legging inside the fantastic Dudley Canal Tunnel and Limestone Mines on a 45 minute skipper guided tour, view the spectacular light show.
Dudley Museum at the Archives celebrates the borough's past through geology displays, art and collections. Regular 'taster' arts & crafts sessions and talks are held in a purpose built education room.
Himley Hall & Park offer an 'Indulgent Afternoon Tea' experience. Set in Lancelot 'Capability' Brown 180 acres designed parkland, this 18th century country house holds many events and activities throughout the year and has an inviting Coffee Lounge too.
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 which have a packed programme of entertainment suitable for all ages.
There is something for everyone, so why not order a brochure today to find out more.