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Oak House Museum

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Oak Road
West Bromwich
West Midlands
B70 8HJ


Tel : +44 0121 553 0759

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Elizabethan period timber-framed yeoman's house with lantern tower and many panelled rooms. Collection of English oak furniture dating from 16th and 17thC.

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By Road

Nearest major road is M5. Follow the signs to West Bromwich town centre then the ring road signs towards Oldbury. After turning left onto the A4034, take the 3rd right opposite the White Swan pub (Cambridge Street) Oak House at the top of Cambridge Street.

By Public Transport

Nearest station is Sandwell/Dudley. From station cross road to catch bus (book to Lyttleton Street - 4 stops away), or turn right and walk approx 10 minutes to Cambridge Street. Oak House is 200 yards up Cambridge Street.

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Oak House Museum facilities include:

  • Print in foreign languages
  • Of historic, literary or architectural interest
  • Guided tours available for groups
  • Educational Visits Accepted
  • Suitable for families
  • Suitable for young children
  • Toilets

Oak House Museum accessibility includes:

  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)

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