Bantock House Museum
Well-hidden within Bantock Park, Bantock House has now been restored to it's full Edwardian Glory.
Explore the delightful home of the Bantock Family, and on the way, you'll discover some of Wolverhampton's secret history.
You can admire the exquisite decorative arts collection that includes enamels, steel jewellery and Japanned ware and if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the City why not experience the peace and tranquility of the formal gardens at Bantock House.
If fun is the order of the day then get hands-on with the many special activities and workshops on offer that the whole family can enjoy. There is also a lively events programme throughout the year which includes open-air concerts, charming musical performances, themed activity days and a range of workshops to suit all ages.
The Bantock House Café is another popular highlight to this memorable experience. Enjoy morning coffee, delicious lunches and afternoon teas with homemade cakes and daily specials. Choose from a selection of cards and gifts including a range of jewellery and enamels at the Bantock House Shop.
Bantock House and Park welcome all children and is pushchair friendly. A children's play area, a nature trail and a pitch and putt course is also available.
- Guided tours can be arranged
- Play area, pitch and putt, nature trail
- Fully accessible for disabled visitors
- Ample car and coach parking
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From M5, M6 and M54 follow signs for Wolverhampton. Bantock House is 1 mile out of the City and is well signposted from the Ring Road. Buses can be taken from the City Centre.
Bantock House Museum Postcode for SatNav: WV3 9LQ