Visit these real life 'Peaky Blinders' locations - ‘Peaky Blinders’ recently took home Best Drama at the TV Bafta Awards. The unexpected win was well-deserved for the crime drama. The story follows the Shelby crime family, led by Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy). Set during the 1920s, the creators sought out the best locations in the UK for ‘Peaky Blinders’. Here’s a rundown of the best locations that feature in ‘Peaky Blinders’.
Black Country Living Museum, Dudley
- In ‘Peaky Blinders’, this museum is used for another secret location. It’s where Thomas Shelby (Cillian Murphy) hides his illegal products, using canals to trade them to London.
Town Hall, Manchester
- The Victorian structure was used in a scene involving Winston Churchill. It’s there where Sam Neill goes to meet the former Prime Minister. However, exterior scenes where shot at a different location.