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 Heath Lane and follow it until your reach the park!
The park is located just half a mile from Bilston town centre. It was opened in 1911 as a memorial to Sir Alfred Hickman, a local industrialist and MP. Through the Heritage Lottery Fund the park is currently undergoing restoration work to return it to its former glory, including an open air theatre.
Catch the Metro to The Crescent, turn onto the Crescent Road, when you reach the roundabout the Park is directly opposite.
West Park, Wolverhampton
West Park is Wolverhampton’s premier open space. The park is 43 acres and provides an ideal green space just a 10 minute walk from the city centre. West Park has many Victorian buildings scattered throughout.
Catch the Metro to Wolverhampton St George’s and make the short walk through the city to the beautiful haven of West Park.