Bantock House Museum & Park
Bantock House Museum and Park in Wolverhampton, offers entertainment for the whole family. The house has been restored to its Edwardian glory and boasts a museum for educational purposes. Schools and members of the public are welcome on guided tours, or can benefit from the free audio guide. There is also room hire available.
The house itself is set in 43 acres of park that is filled with wildlife. Families can relax & enjoy walks along the nature trails, the childrens play area and a putting green. There is also a shop and cafe at your disposal. There is always plenty to do with Bantock's array of family events, children's activities and workshops & exhibitions running throughout the year.
Admission to the house and park is FREE
A small charge may be asked for a guided tour and charges may apply to children's activities and special events.
The park is just 1 mile from Wolverhampton centre. Buses 543 & 513 run reguarly from Wolverhampton & stop close to Bantock Park. By car- follow the signs from Wolverhampton from M5, M6 & M54. Bantock House is signposted off the city ring road.
Winter opening- Nov-Mar Tues-Sun 12pm- 4pm Summer opening- April-Oct Tues- Sun 11am- 5pm