Places to visit
Our trams run from early in the morning to late at night to ensure that you can make the most of the attractions available in Birmingham and Wolverhampton and along the Metro route.
From the best parks to visit, to taking in an art gallery...Read More
East Park, Wolverhampton
East Park has a proud history in Wolverhampton, going back to 1896. The park has a wide variety of leisure activities, including football pitches, children’s play area and paddling pool and tennis courts.
Take the Metro to Priestfield, head towards Stow HeathRead More
GoKidzGo is a huge indoor playground! Children can have an adventure with lots of ball pools, nets and mazes allows children to explore. Still a big kid at heart? No problem, GoKidzGo also have adult party nights! For more information please visit theirRead More
Monmore Green Dog Track
For an alternative day or night out why not try greyhound racing? Located just on the outskirts of Wolverhampton it is easily accessible by the Metro. Open on Monday and Friday afternoons and Thursday and Saturday evenings – with 12Read More
Bilston Craft Gallery
The largest craft venue in the West Midlands, Bilston Craft Gallery is definitely worth a visit! The gallery is free entrance and is open Tuesday to Saturday. With workshops throughout the year, and special children focussed activities during the school holidays.
There are lots of bars and restaurants around Snow Hill Station. Visit the Jekyll & Hyde’s Gin parlour on Steelhouse Lane or have a pie and a pint of ale at the Old Joint Stock, a former bank now a pub and theatre. Around the...Read More
Centred around St Paul’s Cathedral is a square flanked with bars and restaurants. Go for a lovely meal at the F Word winning restaurant, Lasans, and then dance the night away at the Jam House, owned by TV star Jools Holland. As well as the...Read More
Amongst the Jewellery shops this Quarter has a network of pubs and bars. From real ale pubs such as the Lord Clifden and the Red Lion to trendy bars like the Rose Villa Tavern and the Drop Forge. The Jewellery Quarter has lots to offer!...Read More
Depart here and visit the famous Black Eagle pub, regularly voted CAMRA’s Birmingham pub of the year. As well as great beer it also serves delicious food and holds its own beer festival in July. Turn right down Benson Road; the pub is a few...Read More
West Bromwich has many pubs and restaurants including curry houses such as Bombay Brasserie and the Vine. The Public, the Arts Centre in the town often puts on evening entertainment and is well worth a visit.
Get the Metro to West Bromwich Central to explore...Read More
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