Looking for something to do? Look no further. Nativemonster.com lists all the best things happening in the West Midlands and beyond and we’ve been finding out what’s on this weekend.
Living History Weekend – Black Country Living Museum
Join the Friends of the Black Country Living Museum this weekend as they forgo modern comforts and live as people did at the turn of the century.
See how your ancestors really lived by watching them use traditional methods to perform household tasks like cooking, cleaning and washing. The rest of the museum is open as normal.
Midland Game Fair – Weston Park
The Midland Game Fair is celebrating its 30th birthday this year, and to celebrate this promises to be one of their best shows yet.
This year there will be lots of exciting performances in the main area including Tigers Freefall Display, Mid Wales Axe Team, Ye Old Redtail Falconry and Cyril the Squirrel.
There will also be an antiques fair, Airgun expo, Falconry Village and many more. Tickets are £17 for adults and £5 for children.
Battle of Britain Wartime Weekend – RAF Cosford
Travel back to the 1940’s this weekend to commemorate the Battle of Britain at Cosford Air Museum.
On Saturday, there will be a Lancaster flyover at 12.25 and on Sunday there will be a Spitfire flyover with times to be confirmed. Visitors will also get the chance to see a real life working Griffon engine.
For more details on these events and more, including LeAnn Rimes coming to Wolverhampton and Walsall’s Last Night at the Proms visit our brand new entertainment and events website nativemonster.com