Historic Properties: Black Country (Dudley and Sandwell)
Oak Road, West Bromwich. B70 8HJ • (0121) 553 0759
Oak House in West Bromwich is a delightful half timbered yeoman farmer's house built round about 1630 or earlier. The house boasts some fine panelling and is furnished with 17th century furniture.
The house is set in its own grounds with a children's playground on site which is available to visitors during the opening hours of the museum.
There is also building work currently going on behind the house which will safeguard older timber dating to the 1630s and provide replacement for rotten timbers which were added much later. They won't be reinstating the colour of the black and white timber framing, as such houses were never black and white.
No easily accessible wifi. No smoking.
Open April to November on selected afternoons. See the website for opening times. Closed December to March apart from special events and activities. Free admission.
Advance booking is not required.
Located west of Birmingham in West Bromwich, on the corner of Oak Road and Cambridge Street.
Lodge Road-West Bromwich Town Hall Midland Metro tram stop: Ten minutes walk.
Free onsite parking available.
Oak House, Oak Road, West Bromwich. B70 8HJ • (0121) 553 0759
Last Updated Monday 2 March 2020
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