Oak House Museum

West Bromwich, West Midlands



01215530759 (Tues-Thurs)


Opening Times

General admission free. Tour group booking available outside normal opening hours - charges apply. Opening times are variable, refer to website for up to date information.


Visitor centre is fully accessible with accessible toilets. There is limited access to the house.
Also nearby

Bishop Asbury Cottage 5–6 miles; Forge Mill Farm 5 miles.


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.

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. A plaque on the wall records that Wesley preached in the courtyard in March 1774.