Enjoy a fun family day out at this recreated Victorian Town. You can discover more about Victorian life as you meet the ‘Victorian’ townsfolk.
No cars. No TV. Just tons of fun!
Welcome to the age of Queen Victoria. Here you’ll experience what life was like when Britain ruled the world. Meet some (almost) real Victorians in their authentic shops and cottages, buy curious goods from a bygone era and watch tradespeople in action in their atmospheric workshops and factories.
Visit the Bank and find out about Pounds, Shillings and Pence
Check out the weird Victorian remedies at the Pharmacy
Discover why you wouldn’t want to be caught with green candles at home
Fun Games & Amusements
We can now accept contactless payment at the Fairground
Ride the old-fashioned fairground or play games of skill
Try your luck on the Coconut Shy
Snap a selfie – this is the perfect backdrop for your #changeyourscene photo
Go On… Treat Yourself!
You’ll not go hungry at Blists Hill Victorian Town
Enjoy a bag of Fish and Chips cooked the traditional way in beef dripping
Bag a sweet (or two) from our 19th Century selection
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