A excellent day out, they have improved it a lot since the last time i went years ago, a mass improvement.
its just as the 'Black Country' was in those days.
there are a couple of cafes, fairly flat, not much trouble for those pussing.
there is a canal trip in the cavens and the tunnels, but that is a seperate cost, and takes around 45 mins.
the only down side for me is that you have to pay for parking which is a token from reception for £2.
ther are a couple of interesting displays inside too.
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