Bantock House an important heritage site (grade 2 listed building) to the south west of Wolverhampton that was formerly the family home of the Bantock family and is set in 48 acres of parkland.
The Edwardian life of a wealthy industrial Black Country family showing the aspirations of those who generated their wealth from the mines and factories of the area. The museum displays geopark and visitor attractions literature to the general public. The house has a temporary exhibition space and hosts local history lectures.
The parkland also once hosted a glacial erratic and its housing is still present in the park. With views over the Dutch Garden, the popular courtyard café serves homemade food, drinks and ice creams, while the museum shop has a range of cards and gifts.
A café courtyard offering breakfast, sandwiches a range of main courses, cakes and desserts are available. The café is open Nov-Apr 9am-4pm and May-Oct 9am-5pm.
Geosite 021 Wolverhampton Art Gallery with over 300 years of art in a free gallery with fantastic changing and permanent galleries including a changing programme of exhibitions and events throughout the year. There is also a café offering a selection of hot and cold refreshments - Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
Bilston Gallery offering a range of contemporary craft exhibitions and displays of historic items created by skilled makers - Bilston Gallery.