The famous Queensberry band room, which from 2017 has also been our Heritage Centre, can be visited, and many of the band’s memorabilia and artefacts are displayed there for you to enjoy. Of course, we recognise that not everyone can get to Queensberry, and that we have many admirers from overseas who would also like the opportunity to see and appreciate the site and home of the famous Black Dyke Band.

This virtual tour allows you to do just that. Simply by clicking on the various arrows you can go on a self-guided tour of our building and its different areas. We hope you enjoy the tour and the opportunity to see a little of the world that Black Dyke inhabits on a daily basis.

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