Culture In Wolverhampton
Well, you will be wondering what to plan next in this wonderful part of the Country.
Take a look at the many Museums and their exhibitions in Wolverhampton, you can choose from:
Black Country Living Museum attracting over 270'000 visitors a year, a heritage park where new age museum and Historical buildings that have been rebuilt to capture a working community.
The Ironbridge Gorge Museum visit what happened to this beautiful gorge over 300 years ago,
Wolverhampton Art Gallery brings arts and crafts together with outstanding displays and even has a fun element fr all the family to mkae learning a little more exciting!....
Wightwick Manor with its beautiful gardens to meander through.
The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre stages performances from Dramas, to Thrillers or if it is something for the family then the Pantomimes and Musicals are always a winner. There are over 320,000 visitors each year and was voted the best Theatre in 2007 & 2008 by Express & Star Spotlight. The Theatre is right next door to the Britannia Wolverhampton making this one place you must visit!
The Arena Theatre is Wolverhampton's longest established and provides first class 21st facilities in teh heart of the cutural quarter of the City.
In the centre of Wolverhampton The Collegiate Church of St Peter dates back to the early 1200's with it's tower overlooking the Town and can be seen for miles.