Walsall is known famously for its royal leather history and being part of the Black Country in our beloved West Midlands.
Start your travel plans with a look at our bus tickets for travel around Walsall, then scroll down as we take you through the best places waiting to be explored…
A rural escape in the heart of Walsall town centre. First opened in 1874, the green escape includes gardens, green spaces, play areas, and sports facilities.
Visit the Walsall Arboretum website.
Walsall Football Club
The ‘Saddlers’ home, Walsall football club is a short bus ride away from Walsall town centre. This makes the ground easily accessible for match days, or a visit to the club shop to support your local team. On Sundays, the grounds all hold the locally known Bescot Sunday Market which sells everything including foods, homewares and clothing.
Visit the Walsall Football Club website.
The New Art Gallery
Presenting and collecting historic, modern and contemporary art in innovative and challenging ways. The New Art Gallery welcomes visitors from all over the globe as well as the local community to exhibitions and events.
Visit the New Art Gallery website.
Saddlers Shopping Centre
Known as the main social hub for the community and situated next to the bus interchange, Saddlers shopping centre is home to over 50 independent and high street stores, including cafes and eateries.
Visit the Saddlers Shopping Centre website.
Crown Wharf Shopping Park
Offering great shopping in Walsall, the shopping park includes Next, JD Sports, TK Maxx and cafes and eateries such as Starbucks, Frankie & Benny’s and Nando’s.
Visit the Crown Wharf website.
Reedswood Retail Park
Just outside Walsall town centre is Reedswood Retail Park which is easily accessible by bus. With well-known stores such as B&M, Matalan, Pets at Home, Dunelm and Sainsbury’s, this is an out of town one-stop shopping stop.
A restaurant run by students studying at Walsall College, The Littleton’s AA rosette-winning head chef uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients that are grown on campus by students. This really is a must-visit to support Walsall's local community.
Visit the Littleton webpage.
A place to enjoy innovative, finely crafted dishes with an atmosphere and service to match - Fine Indian dining in the heart of Walsall.
Visit the Panka Walla website.
The Black Country Arms
Dating back to as early as 1627, this Grade II listed pub is now part of the ever-expanding Black Country Ales chain, Walsall's foremost real ale pub, hand pulling cask ales and ciders from across the UK.
Visit the Black Country Arms website.
Walsall Leather Museum
Telling the story of the leather trade in Walsall, Walsall Leather Museum celebrates the town's rise from a small market town into an international saddle-making centre - which still makes leather goods for the royal family today.
Visit the Walsall Leather Museum webpage.
Walsall Gala Baths
With 2 different pools to choose from, including a variety of family fun swimming sessions to splash your way into. Walsall Gala Baths is a day out in Walsall for all ages.
Visit the Walsall Gala Baths webpage.
The Light Cinema
Super detailed screens and extra-spacious seats, The Light Cinema is a must-visit for Walsall. Screenings include something for everyone including movies, arts and events and of course, kid-friendly screenings.
Visit the Light Cinema website.
Our services travel from across the whole of the West Midlands right into the heart of Walsall. From dedicated school services to fast, frequent local travel. You're sure to find the bus number that meets your needs.
Please use our journey planner below to find the right service for you.
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