I haven’t been able to get to the Black Country Living Museum for quite a while, but the new mobility scooter has solved the problem of getting there and getting round the site.Getting into some of the historic buildings does mean asking for portable ramps to be put in place, but I’ve been into the buildings many times in the past, so I didn’t need to get inside again. The facilities are very good, and they even have an accessibility information and map booklet, showing which paths etc are ‘accessible’, ‘limited’ or ‘difficult’, and the staff in the reception area were very helpful.

About Mike Hessey

I'm a BOF (Boring Old Fellow) and MOS (Miserable Old Soul) whose main interests are photography, cycling, walking and computers. Regrettably recent problems with my legs, back and heart have reduced the cycling and walking.
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