at Finchfield Road, Wolverhampton, WV3 9LQ United Kingdom
Restored to its stunning Edwardian glory, Bantock House is a hidden treasure set within 43 acres of parkland and surrounded by delightful formal gardens.
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.
From Wolverhampton City Centre catch the number 3 or 4 outside Wolverhampton Art Gallery
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As our Lunchtime Talks to go with our Exhibition "On the Right Tracks" have proven so popular we had to repeat yesterdays at 2pm. We will also be doing this again for the final two. So "Wolverhampton’s Railways, Part 2 - LMS Lines" on Tuesday 7th April by Simon Dewey and "Stafford Road Railway Works" on Tuesday 5th May by Mervyn Srodzinsky will be at 12.30pm and 2.00pm
Don't forget you can come along this afternoon at 2.15 for another session of Once upon a Time: Story Telling followed by craft activities.
Have you brought your tickets yet for our cabaret evening? Saturday 26th September, 7:30pm -10:00pm, Martin Barry returns for an evening of war time entretainment. Tickets cost £12.00 each and are available through the museum reception. Call 01902 5552195 to book.
Venue Hire is available here at Bantock! Please contact Phil on 01902 556707 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org between the hours of 10:00am - 5:30pm Monday - Friday Tractor Shed capacity: 70 theatre style or 30 conference style Performance Space capacity: 50 theatre style or 24 conference style Workshops 1 and 2 capacity Hired out together - capacity 16 + 8 conference style Catering available....