Peaky Blinders Night at Black Country Living Museum
7 September 2018 - 15 September 2018 , 19:00
Step inside the murky underworld of the Peaky Blinders as you discover their dark history.
07 September - 08 September 2018
14 September - 15 September 2018
Dig out your flat caps and take a stroll around the set for the Shelby’s scrap metal yard where illegal goods are moved along the historic Birmingham canal network
Explore the smoky back streets and slum housing that gave birth to the notorious gang
Head on over to the Museum’s very own ‘Garrison pub’ for a pint of real local ale
Be a part of the roaring nightlife that characterised the interwar years and enjoy live music, entertainment and dancing.
Prices & Booking Details
Adults only event
Tickets will go on sale on Thu 1 Feb 2018 at 10am
Priority Booking for members starting on Thu 18 Jan, 10am. Find out how to become a member and receive 20% off selected event tickets. T&C's apply
Gates Open: 7pm
Please note that visitors will not be allowed to bring de-activated weapons or replica weapons into the Museum.
A Peak behind the scenes
BBC epic gangster drama Peaky Blinders filmed scenes for series 1, 2 & 3 at Black Country Living Museum.
The majority of the filming took place within the Museum’s Canal Arm, taking on a Post WWI transformation into regular character Charlie Strong’s Small Heath based Scrap Metal Yard. On the set of Series 3 at BCLM , the BBC2's gangster drama creator, Steven Knight said: “We are trying to film as much here as we possibly can because it’s so good and they treat us so well. It’s our world and I think of this as our Peaky home."