Attractions and Places to Visit in Wolverhampton
From fabulous art exhibitions at the City Art Gallery, discovering the city’s history at the Museums and Garden to seeing chart topping bands, whatever your mood, Wolverhampton has an attraction or activity to delight your senses.
When you are in Wolverhampton you must go see the Grand Theatre and the Area theatre as they are located in the city centre with a multiplex cineworld cinema at Bently Bridge.
The Lighthouse Theatre on the other hand will show you old movies with subtitles as well as some selected new release films. The lighthouse has also been known to show visual arts shows, and incorporates a small café.
You can also visit the Wolverhampton Art Gallery which has England's biggest Pop Art collection. While you are out in Wolverhampton you can also visit the Bantock house, which is a fine historic house with a Edwardian Interior.
The Bilston Craft Gallery has an exhibition for contemporary crafts and you can go see the Eagleworks Studio that has a periodic exhibition and group shower.
The Boscobel House and the Chillington Hall are historic landmarks that you must go and see.
The Wolverhampton Racecourse is a fun day at the races and offers exciting entertainment for everyone of all ages.
The Locksmith House Museum
An Edwardian house where time stood still, located in Willenhall, the Locksmith's House celebrates the efforts of the small family run lock making businesses which thrived over a century ago.
Moseley Old Hall
Moseley Old Hall is located in Fordhouses, north of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom. It is famous as one of the resting places of Charles II of England during his escape to France following defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Dress up as a Georgian and take a selfie in one of our wonderful galleries, find out about our packed programme of activities for all ages or visit one of our regular world-class touring exhibitions.