The Dudley Council-run heritage attraction in Wordsley kicks off its summer entertainment programme with its free 1940s weekend on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 July.
The two-day event will feature costumed re-enactors the Victorian Westerners who will be parading round the site as soldiers, munitions workers and glamorous ladies keeping up their families spirits on the Home Front.
There will also be a display of vintage vehicles.
There will be live 1940s music with audiences invited to sing-a-long, with artist Lynn Dawes and son, performing from 1pm – 3pm on both days.
The on-site studios and coffee house will be open for business and there will be glass-making demonstrations in the hot glass studio.