Dudley: Attractions and more...
Tourists can visit Dudley town at any time of the year, as the climate is always pleasant in Dudley.
There are various attractions in Dudley and historical sites which attract a large number of tourists.
Dudley Castle is a medieval architecture marvel. The original castle was built in the 11th century while the current building was reconstructed in the 13th century.
The Black County Living Museum is located on the Tipton road. This open air museum holds live shows which re-enact the history of this area. Tourists can chat with the characters during these shows.
Broadfield House is a glass museum located on the Compton Drive in Kingswinford where one can learn about the history of glass and its various artistic forms.
The Crooked House is a major tourist attraction, located near Dudley. The house is tilted to one side, just like the leaning tower of Pisa.
Tourists can learn about the historical events, which occurred in the town from the Dudley archives. Various documents dating back to the early days of the town are collected in this archive.
Dudley Priory was built around 1160 by the Lord of Dudley, Gervase Paganel. The structure is now in ruins as it was not preserved over time.
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