This is the best example of a Tudor period farmstead in the Black Country.
Its fields are strewn with large numbers of glacial erratics which can be seen around the site and permit a picture of the ice sheet movements during the Pleistocene to be understood. The farmland itself and the surrounding country park offer an insight into farming practices and some rare breed farm livestock are present. There are many informal walks through the country park and opportunities to view or photograph a wide variety of wildlife, in their natural habitats. The farmhouse itself is not always open to the public, but throughout the year, it is opened to the public for tours and other events.
Northycote Farm has on its site a Tudor farmhouse which is steeped in history. The farmhouse itself is not always open to the public, but throughout the year, it is opened to the public for tours and other events. There are many informal walks through the woodland and opportunities to view or photograph a wide variety of wildlife, in their natural habitats. Animals at the farm include Norfolk Black Turkeys, Geese, chickens, ducks & guinea fowl, Shropshire sheep and Pigs to name a few.
There is a café/tea room on site with baby changing and toilet facilities including a car park. Admission is free. For more information call +44 (0) 1902 397906.
Geosite 015 West Park has a tea room, West Park Chalet available offering a selection of sandwiches, cakes, hot and cold drinks and there are also toilet facilities at the park too - West Park
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
Geosite 021 Bilston Gallery offering a range of contemporary craft exhibitions and displays of historic items created by skilled makers - Bilston Craft Gallery
Geosite 009 Bantock House has 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 - www.bantockhouse.co.uk