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Discover the locations of Steven Knight’s hit show, Peaky Blinders, inspired by a real-life 1920s Birmingham street gang.

Take a tour around the Midlands and northern Britain to see where much of this British crime drama was filmed - along with some surprises.

Discover the life of a Peaky

Visit these Peaky Blinders filming locations

Black Country Living Museum

Black Country Living Museum, West Midlands

This open-air museum in Dudley showcases 200 years of social history and appears across all six series of the show. Fans will recognise Charlie Strong’s scrap metal yard, the Blacksmith’s building, Canal Street bridge, St. James’s school and the Workers’ Institute

368 Port Sunlight Village Museum Wirral

Port Sunlight, Wirral

The house used to film Aunt Polly’s home can be found in the village of Port Sunlight, near Liverpool. Explore this picturesque place, built in the late 1800s as living quarters for workers at a nearby factory. Self-guided tour maps are available at Port Sunlight Museum.

Arley Hall, Cheshire

Arley Hall, Cheshire

Tommy Shelby’s sprawling manor home is actually Arley Hall & Gardens in Northwich, Cheshire. In series three, it was the backdrop for a showdown with Alfie Solomons and the season climax that saw members of the Shelby family arrested. Enter the library to discover Tommy’s study.

Victoria Baths, market stalls

Victoria Baths, Manchester

The Grade-II-listed former swimming baths on Hathersage Road, Manchester doubled as the setting for the horse fair where Tommy meets love-interest May. When in Manchester, check-out the Northern Quarter where many of Tommy’s running gun battles were filmed.

Grafitti art of the Beatles, prominently featuring George Harrison, on a wall in Liverpool

Admiral Grove & Powis Street, Liverpool

Admiral Grove and Powis Street are tiny lanes nestled in Liverpool, which served as the Shelby’s ‘turf’ in Small Heath. But it isn’t just a filming location, it’s also where you can find the childhood home of The Beatles’ Ringo Starr at 10 Admiral Grove.

Formby beach

Formby Beach, Merseyside

The confrontation between Tommy Shelby and Alfie Solomons (played by Tom Hardy) at the end of season four took place on the picturesque sands of Formby Beach, near Liverpool. Owned by the National Trust, Formby offers sandy dunes and beautiful coastal views.

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway TM - 41241 - Mytholmes Tunnel

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, West Yorkshire

All the train scenes were filmed at this heritage railway, located in the heart of Haworth village, near Bradford - including the series one confrontation between Grace and Inspector Campbell, which saw him get shot in the leg. A trip on the railway will take you through a windswept land of heather and wild moors.

Spot Peaky Blinders art

Peaky Blinders Artwork. credit Castle Fine Art Jon Jones 35

Seek out a stunning 50-metre (164-feet) wide mural outside the city’s New Street Station. Brummie artist Jon Jones depicts the star-studded cast of Peaky Blinders through materials such as police records, mugshots, and archive materials.