Blists Hill Victorian Town
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This vast, interactive museum recaptures the sights, smells and sounds of the Victorian era.
Spanning 54 acres, the site is based on a typical town of the East Shropshire Coalfield c 1900. This truly is a 'living museum', where visitors are free to wander the town, purchase items from the shops and speak to costumed staff.
Blists Hill is part of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, one of the largest independent museums in the UK. Founded in 1967, it operates ten museum sites within the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. Together, they tell the story of the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.
After a major development completed in 2009, Blists Hill was long listed for the Art Fund Prize 2010.