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Darby Hand (New Connexion) Chapel

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.

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 Parking: 3.00 per car.

Additional visitor information
Coach access (free)

Worship services
Regular, but occasional ecumenical services, including Easter and Harvest celebrations. See


Tipton Road
West Midlands DY1 4SQ


Tel: 0121 557 9643 (General Enquiries)
Tel: 0121 520 8054 (Booking Office)

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.

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