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We only sell our best value Annual Passports online. Single attraction tickets are available on the gate.

Family (1 Adult + up to 4 children)

This ticket offers daytime admission to all of the open museums for a family of 1 adult + up to 4 children (aged 5-16 incl). Annual Passport Tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of first use.

Price £47.00

Family Annual Pass (2 Adults + up to 4 children)

This ticket offers daytime admission to all of the open museums for a family of 2 adults + up to 4 children (aged 5-16 incl). Annual Passport Tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of first use.

Price £76.00


Daytime admission to all of the open museums valid for 12 months from the date of first use.

Price £29.00


Daytime admission to all of the open museums valid for 12 months from the date of first use for children aged 5-16 (incl), or people in full time education.

Price £19.00

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Welcome Back

The information on this page is valid up to, and including, Sunday 18 July 2021.

    From 19 May these Museums will be open Weds-Sun, 10am-5pm:

The retail & visitor information spaces and museum exhibitions at Museum of The Gorge and The Iron Bridge Tollhouse are open from 17 May.

Check out our detailed opening hours here.

As you might expect, visiting when we do reopen will be a different experience to previously but we know you will still have a great time.

Find out more about visiting the museums

OPTION 1: Need to buy tickets?

We strongly encourage you to buy tickets for admission before you visit - that will help reduce contact between staff & visitors. If you're coming to Blists Hill Victorian Town or Enginuity you'll need to let us know what time you're coming too.

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OPTION 2: Already got a ticket? Book a timeslot now

We've introduced half-hourly timed admission booking windows to limit capacity at Blists Hill Victorian Town & Enginuity. You will need to book a slot for every visit you want to make, even if you've already got an admission ticket.

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Read our FAQs to find out more about our reopening

What have you done to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19?

We have made a number of changes and improvements to how we operate to ensure the safety of visitors and staff. This includes:

  • reducing the amount of touch points on site
  • introducing one ways systems on site where required
  • an enhanced cleaning regime throughout the museums
  • where appropriate staff will wear PPE such as face masks or gloves
  • signage has been updated to remind visitors and staff to wash their hands
  • hygiene screens have been added to counters and at till points
  • new hand sanitiser points have been installed around the museums
  • social distancing markers are in place
  • pre-booking has been introduced with hourly timed admission windows to limit on-site capacity
  • contactless payments are encouraged
  • access to indoor spaces has been assessed and we have adjusted entry to some exhibits
  • all of our staff have been trained in our new policies and protocols

We are following UK Government guidelines and may be amending these measures as and when the guidelines change.

Do I need to wear a facemask?

Face coverings are currently mandatory in indoor public spaces, including museums & galleries. Whilst our social distancing measures remain robust across all our sites, we ask all visitors to wear a face covering whilst in any of our retail, front of house areas and all internal museum and exhibit spaces. The wearing of face coverings in any of our outdoor museum spaces is not mandatory but down to individual choice.

What if I don’t feel well?

To ensure the safety and wellbeing of all visitors and staff we respectfully ask you to remain at home if you, or any member of your party, is feeling unwell.  If we believe that you are displaying symptoms of COVID 19 on site we will require you to leave and return home.

Will the toilets be open?

Yes, all of our toilets will be open. We have introduced an enhanced cleaning regime and installed hand gel stations on entry and exit.

Are all of the old-fashioned buildings open at Blists Hill Victorian Town?

You will be able to go inside some of our Victorian buildings and others you can look in from the doorstep. We'll be opening more buildings as Government restrictions allow but for now all of our traditional shops will be open.

Do I need to buy tickets in advance?

Yes please, you must book online to visit Blists Hill Victorian Town and Enginuity. Head to to buy tickets and pre-book your timed admission slot. By booking online you will have reduced the contact needed with our staff members.

I can’t book for the date I want to visit?

We’re releasing timed admission slots in date blocks, usually two weeks at a time. If the date you want to visit is a long way ahead we suggest you keep checking the booking diary. As there is limited capacity we may have sold out of popular slots such as weekends so you may need to be flexible with the dates you can visit.

Which museums are open and when?

Check out our up-to-date opening hours here.

I’ve got an online voucher for a ticket but haven’t redeemed it yet - what can I do?

Contact us at with the details and we will look in to this for you.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes, we love dogs at Blists Hill Victorian Town! Don’t forget your poo bags to clean up any messes. You will find water bowls around the Town for doggie drinks. Assistance Dogs only are welcomed at all other museums.  Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.

Where can I eat?

At Blists Hill Victorian Town our cafes and restaurant will be open for takeaway hot & cold food & drinks, cakes and light bites. The Fried Fish Dealer will be open for our famous Fish & Chips, cooked in beef-dripping.

At Coalbrookdale The Furnace Kitchen is open for takeaway drinks, brunch, lunch, cakes & bakes and savoury snacks.

Will I be able to buy anything from your shops?

Yes, at Blists Hill Victorian Town we’ve created a Victorian market where you can safely browse a selection of traditional goods. Some exhibits will also be selling souvenirs and gifts as normal. The exit Gift Shops at Blists Hill Victorian Town, Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron and Museum of The Gorge will all be open. We strongly recommend contactless payment.

Do I pay for parking?

There is an hourly parking charge in museum-owned car parks. Tariffs are displayed in all car parks. All machines are card-only and you pay on exit. Income generate from car parking helps us to carry out our twin charitable aims of education and heritage conservation.

Can I talk to someone about my visit?

We suggest you email us at and someone will come back to you as soon as possible. You might also like to check out our social channels for further information.  Add details of social channels

What happens if I book a time slot and then I am unable to attend?

If you’re unable to come along at the time you’ve booked please email us at and we can reallocate the space to someone else. Remember, if you want to come on a different date you will need to rebook a space.

What is the maximum size party I can bring?

Please consult Government Guidelines about mixing with people outside of your household.


If I book a timeslot do i need a ticket as well?

Yes, our timed admission slots don't include admission, they're just to help us manage capacity. If you don't already have an Annual Pass you'll need to pay for admission before you visit.

Click here to read our Corporate Covid-19 Risk Assessment Statement.