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Peaky Blinders Black Country Tour

A family fun day out with something for everyone.

We start by leaving London and heading North to what is known as the Black Country. 

The story of the Black Country is distinctive because of the scale, drama, intensity of the industrial might that was unleashed. It emerged in the 1830s, creating the first industrial landscape anywhere in the world. Beneath the smoke and glare from blast furnaces, Black Country manufacturing skill established the region’s supremacy for the making of wrought iron.

Arriving at our destination a few hours later we set off in search of our Peaky Blinders Film location sites.

We follow in the footsteps of the Shelby family around the boat docks, the Blacksmiths shop, the Workers Institute offices and a lot more. Indeed, from the riding by Thomas of his white horse S1:Ep1 to ferrying dead bodies on the canals they are all here. You can even dress like a Shelby by buying merchandise from the Gentleman’s Outfitters based here.

Besides these locations the area has been used for the filming of many film and TV shows as : Our Zoo, Arthur and George, Dancing on the edge and more.

With over 26 acres of museum and attractions to explore, this family friendly tour is perfect for any family.


£725.00 per taxi not per person up to 5 people.

There is an entry fee to the museum

Adults - £17.50
Concessions* - £14.00
Young people (5-16 years) - £8.75
Children aged 0-4 - Free

Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 young people) - £51.45
Medium Family ticket (2 adults and up to 2 young people) - £44.10
Small Family ticket (1 adult plus up to 3 young people) - £36.75
Essential Carer - Free

Capital Taxi Tours, established in 1976, the original London black taxi private tour company. Fully licensed, experienced, and knowledgable tour guides. Enjoy a personalised themed tour of London and the UK from the comfort of an iconic black taxi.

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