Oak House Museum
Large, timber-framed yeoman farmer's
house dating back to the early 17th century. The house was the home of the Puritan Turton family.
General admission free. Tour group booking available outside normal opening hours - charges apply.
Additional visitor information
centre is fully accessible with accessible toilets. There is
limited access to the house itself due to the nature of the site. For
full access information see the Oak House page at www.sandwell.gov.uk/museums
Parking is on Cambridge Street,
further down Oak Road, further down the hill from the Visitor Centre or
on a pay and display car park in Lodge Road. Very limited disabled
parking may be available on site with prior arrangement depending if it
is appropriate on the day in question.
The volunteer friends
group help to run the tea room, have a gardening group and support the
museum. Call the museum to get involved.
Bishop Asbury Cottage 5–6 miles; Forge Mill
Farm 5 miles.
West Bromwich B70 8HJ
April - September: Sun, Tues,Wed, Thurs 2pm - 5pm.
October and November: Tues, Wed, Thurs 1pm - 4pm.
At other times for special events and activities visit www.sandwell.gov.uk/joininmuseums for details.
Tel: 0121 553 0759 - for general enquiries and bookings
Getting there [SO996908]
From M5 Junction 2 follow signs to Oldbury to reach West Bromwich. Pass
Sandwell & Dudley railway station into Bromford Road, turn left
into Cambridge St/Oak Road
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