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Sandwell Museums & Arts Service

We look after some of the most important and interesting historic buildings in the West Midlands, where visitors can discover the fascinating stories of those who lived and worked in these buildings. 

There is also a lively programme of events, exhibitions and activities for all ages, rooms to hire and creative learning activities. View some of our collections, check out where you could get married and see how the museums’ teams get involved with the local communities and across Sandwell and the Black Country.

You can also find out more information about what we are up to on our social media pages – check out the links on the right.

 

Creative Learning

for schools and other groups.

Creative learning

Packages available for schools at some of our venues.
Coming soon!

Collections

Take a look at some of the collections in our galleries, museums and stores.

Collections

Take a look at some of the collections in our galleries, museums and stores.
Coming soon!

Weddings

Did you know you can get married at one of our beautiful venues?

Weddings

Hold a civil ceremony at one of our beautiful venues and start married life in style!
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Haden Hill House Museum

Haden Hill House is full of Victorian history and fascinating stories!

Haden Hill House Museum

Open to the public and for special events throughout the year.
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Oak House Museum

Oak House was once a farmer's house in 1620. It has a whole host of stories to tell!

Oak House Museum

The museum has an exciting programme of activities and events to enjoy for all ages throughout the year.
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Wednesbury Museum

Wednesbury Museum is also Sandwell's Art Gallery with fine art and Ruskin pottery collections.

Wednesbury Museum

Collections include fine art, old toys, Ruskin pottery, local history displays and objects from the 60s and 70s.
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Manor House

Bromwich Hall Museum

Bromwich Hall is one of the most important surviving medieval timber framed buildings in the Midlands.

Bromwich Hall Museum

Discover the fascinating history of this 750 year old building and follow its story from grand home to tenement and then pub.
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Bishop Asbury Cottage Museum

This tiny 18th century cottage is the childhood home of Francis Asbury, a famous figure in American history.

Bishop Asbury Cottage Museum

Follow the story of this fascinating character on his journey from just outside West Bromwich to the Capitol Hill.
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Galton Valley Pump Station

Situated on the Birmingham Canal, this station pumped water from the lower new line to the high old line canal.

Galton Valley Pump Station

The building is largely staffed by volunteers - the Friends of Galton Valley Pumping Station.
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Tipton Community Heritage Centre

With displays and information about Tipton including industrial and social history.

Tipton Community Heritage Centre

Recently refurbished and tucked inside Tipton Library.
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