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Dudley Canal & Tunnel Trust

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A fab day out in the tunnels. Not to be missed.

This was a brilliant day out (combined with the Black country living museum). After completing the... read more

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Elephantemg
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London, United Kingdom
Relaxing

You can always learn from others and here you get to relax at the same time. We went on a 45 min... read more

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Fishynews
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Wisbech, United Kingdom
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501 Birmingham New Road, Dudley DY1 4SB, England
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Reviewed today

This was a brilliant day out (combined with the Black country living museum). After completing the parallel Netherton Tunnel (and being thoroughly fed up with its length) the previous day on our Narrowboating holiday, we decided to let someone else do the hard work A...More

Thank Elephantemg
Reviewed 2 days ago

You can always learn from others and here you get to relax at the same time. We went on a 45 min tour of several tunnels - one was very closed in! Saw two videos inside the tunnels and even saw hand made bricks on...More

Thank Fishynews
Reviewed 2 days ago

We were at the museum as I guess most visitors to the tunnel trust are. We managed to sneak on the next available boat, so no waiting always a bonus. A nice young lady skippered us on the journey and provided an interesting history. Pleasant...More

Thank lynne j
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Adds to the adventure of the day If you’re visiting the Black Country Living Museum don’t miss out on this Canal tour it’s fun and it will take you back in time.

Thank Suehanstone36
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We saw this advertised in the zoo entrance so decided to go have a look, it was such a lovely experience (although very cold haha) our guide was very informative and the boat ride was beautiful. It was a lovely trip and Informative the tunnel...More

Thank Sophie b
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I was pleasantly surprised with this informative tour and ride through the very tunnels constructed years back. For a nominal fee you sit back and relax while cruising through the beauty of the tunnels. There are small presentations during the ride and also an actual...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Me and my friend decided to visit this attraction after seeing it whilst wandering through the Black Country Living Museum. We paid £8 each for the tickets which were for a 45 minute canal boat tour through the tunnels and caverns around Dudley. Our skipper...More

Thank Kizzie R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Gem of a visit, the boat trip was full of anecdotes, bringing to life what it meant to work in the tunnels as an adult or child. There’s a sound and light show, a video explaining the local geology, all presented in a way that...More

Thank mrcodnchips
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Been to the black country museum before but first time on the canal tour .was interesting bit of history. Visited there cafe upstairs there wen looking at the menue we only wanted kids portion of chicken nuggets with chips and was told at the counter...More

Thank Peter M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We came here via the museum and opted for the 45 min trip. Although the woman at the till didn’t seem like she wanted to be there, James our skipper was brilliant. He joked with us as we queued and he was funny and informative...More

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Halcy0ndaze
12 September 2016|
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Response from DudleyCanalTrust | Property representative |
By adding a gift aid declaration to your ticket you are entitled to free repeat boat trips on our standard 45 minute trip for a year. So yes, free boat trips! It's our way of saying thank you for your gift aid declaration... More
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Amirah D
24 June 2016|
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Response from Sarah F | Property representative |
Yes, absolutely! Visitors are more than welcome to take photos on their trip. We like it when they share them with us on Twitter and Facebook afterwards too! :)
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