WOLVERHAMPTON

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WOLVERHAMPTON

The city of Wolverhampton is located in central England. From Old Master paintings to local steel jewellery, the 19th-century Wolverhampton Art Gallery has something for everyone. Located in West Sussex, Wightwick Manor and Gardens is renowned for its William Morris interiors and landscaping. Bantock House Museum features Arts & Crafts-style furnishings and Pre-Raphaelite art. A lake, bowling green, and conservatory are located in Victorian-era West Park. 

Things to Do in Wolverhampton

Casino 36

A new concept in gaming and entertainment within the city, open 364 days a year, 24 hours a day. In our ultra-modern bar & grill, we offer 24-hour live gaming as well as a wide selection of food and drinks.

Bantock House and Museum

A restored Edwardian mansion, Bantock House Museum is located in Bantock. The hidden treasure of Bantock House is set in 43 acres of parkland and surrounded by delightful formal gardens.

Bantock House Museum presents the history of Wolverhampton and its people in the period settings of the former Bantock family home.

In addition to carved oak panelled rooms, decorative glass, tiles, and period furnishings, the museum showcases local enamels, japanese ware, jewellery, toys, dolls, and pre-Raphaelite paintings.

Dudley Canal Tunnel & Limestone Mines

Take a canal boat ride and explore the underground world of Dudley Canal Tunnel and Limestone Mines.

Discover thousands of years of history in just 45 minutes! The Dudley Canal Trust has been restoring underground waterways since the 1960s. Currently, the production includes videos, lifelike reconstructions, and immersive music and light shows. As you travel the length of the canal, you’ll learn about the shallow tropical sea that once covered the area, creating the fossils you see today.

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