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Set in the rolling green hills of the West Midlands, Dudley is a large bustling town that’s full of grand historical sights, from copper-coloured vine-clad castle ruins to triumphant church spires that spear the skyline. The town boasts a thriving and diverse local culture, with dozens of buzzing neon-washed nightclubs showcasing electrifying live music. For a relaxing and enthralling day out, visit Dudley’s many stately museums and traditional art galleries, or treat yourself at its many sleek shopping centres.

Things to see

Start your tranquil Dudley morning with an engaging stroll through the town’s many museums and galleries. Visit the Black Country Living Museum - situated in Dudley’s historical redbrick streets - which playfully displays entire reconstructed houses and roads, painting a perfect picture of Dudley’s intriguing 19th century industrial heritage. After, visit the Dudley Museum and Art Gallery, which showcases remarkable archaeological finds and resplendent fine art. As the afternoon rolls on, take a trip to the rocky ruins of Dudley Castle, a magical white-walled Medieval stronghold. The castle is set in the green grounds of Dudley Zoo, which houses beautiful animals - including tigers and monkeys - making for an ideal afternoon adventure with the kids. As the amber sun gently sets over Dudley’s church-speared skyline, head to Dudley Market - a calm pedestrianised area full of speciality restaurants and cool bars - or venture into Castle Hill and explore the booming clubs.

Hotels in Dudley

Dudley offers a wide range of accommodation spread throughout the city suited to all tastes and needs. A number of centrally located 3-star Dudley hotels provide excellent and attentive service, and blend historical Victorian decor with the most modern amenities, including complimentary WiFi and televisions. For a taste of luxury, stay in one of the many 4-star hotels. Set in stately park and manor houses, these hotels boast enormous rooms complete with king-size beds. If you’re travelling on a budget, a number of comfortable 2-star inns provide affordable accommodation with a touch of tradition.

Where to stay

Staying in central Dudley puts you in the heart of the town’s local atmosphere, where outdoor weekend markets hum with the sound of bartering bargain-hunters and the narrow streets sing with neighbourly chatter. Staying in central Dudley also means that you’ll be a short distance from the town’s many attractions. Stay north of the centre to be equidistant from Dudley’s grand shopping centres and the endless rolling hills of magical Black Country. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway with an old-world setting, stay in the nearby village of Kingswinford, where pure silvery streams trickle through the calm streets.

How to get to Dudley

The nearest railway station to central Dudley is in the nearby area of Coseley. This quaint station provides regular local services to the surrounding towns and villages, with round-the-clock trains running to nearby Wolverhampton and Birmingham, from where you can catch connecting services throughout the country. If arriving by car, Dudley is conveniently located just off the speedy M5 motorway. Take the A4123 west for a pleasant 10 minute drive through fields and meadows, and find yourself in the town centre. Once in Dudley, local bus services can dart you throughout the town and greater borough.