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Bantock House Museum, Wolverhampton

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
The house and park are FREE to visit.

Bantock House is arranged over two floors. The ground floor is set in the Edwardian period with Arts and Crafts inspired décor. The first floor features a number of interactive exhibitions exploring local history topics.

Visitors are invited to explore the period setting of the Bantock family’s home and discover stories about the lives of the people who lived there.

Upstairs in the Billiard Room visitors can learn about the lives of prominent Victorian gentlemen who helped to shape Wolverhampton. The first floor also has stunning new room settings which include displays of exquisite locally made japanned ware, enamels and steel jewellery.

With a programme of changing exhibitions In the community gallery and creative hands-on activities throughout the museum, there is always something new and exciting for visitors to enjoy.

Bantock Park covers 43 acres and is a great place for a family outing. There is a cafe, children’s play area, putting green, football pitches and plenty of space to walk and play games.
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  • Visited here this morning with my husband who is a wheelchair user & it really has been well thought out. There is plenty of parking including disabled parking. The house entrance is ramped & there is...  read more »
  • Very interesting day out house top museum cafe first class wide choice first Sunday in the month good antiques fair with the best stall for Victoria bottles and stoneware I have ever seen. 
  • Not what I expected. A lovely house well kept in lovely grounds. Steeped in history. You are allowed to wander around at your leisure and actually touch things and sit on the furniture. Lots to look a...  read more »
  • An Edwardian house set in more than 40 acres of formal gardens. Lovely :)
  • Horrible cold breakfast Raw sausage and bacon Cold beans Over cooked egg Ordered tea and got a pot of hot water Hats off to who ever made the toast though that was the only part of the breakfast we ate
  • Great to visit again and again. Always get something new out of it and free as well.
  • Great service and really good prices all wrapped up in a nice location. Perfect for a morning coffee or breakfast followed by a walk in the park.
  • Very interesting and a nice Cafe
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