The former Providence Methodist Church, previously
the Darby Hand Methodist New Connexion Chapel, was originally built in
1837 in Netherton.
It was dismantled in 1977 and re-erected in 1979
at the award-winning Black Country Living Museum; an open-air museum,
established to preserve items from Black Country history and recreate
life there from 1800-1930.
Admission Adult £17.50;
Concessions £14.00; Child (5-16) £8.75; Free admission for under 5s and
essential carers. Family tickets and Group rates available (booked
parties of 15 or more) see www.bclm.co.uk Parking: £3.00 per car.
Additional visitor information
Coach access (free)
Regular, but occasional ecumenical services,
including Easter and Harvest celebrations. See www.bclm.co.uk.
Getting there [SO950915] Car: On the A4037, Tipton Road, 3 miles/5km from Junction2 M5 or 6 miles/10km from Junction10 M6. Train: Nearest railway station Dudley Port (1 1/2 miles) Bus: Frequent services from Birmingham and around the Black Country locally.