Kids hungry for adventure this summer can go on a journey to feed their minds at the Black Country Living Museum.
Cooking and washing demonstrations ensure a feast of summer fun up until Sunday, September 1. They can sink their teeth into summer activities gorging themselves with a groaty pudding cooking demonstration every Friday in the Anchor Maker’s House or seeing the proof is in the bread pudding at Gregory’s Store where ingredients to make it can be found.
They can take away a taste of the past with recipe handouts guaranteed to savour the flavour of the Black Country’s culinary history.
Soap stars from the 1900s have got wash day pegged as demonstrators get into a lather in Gregory’s Store Brew’us each Monday.
Visitors can hang out in the Museum’s 1900s village and boat dock where wash day themed activities take place.