In the heart of the Black Country you will find the city of Wolverhampton, known for its cultural diversity and rich history. Start your travel plans with a look at our cheap tickets to Wolverhampton, then scroll down as we take you through the best places waiting to be discovered…
The Grand Theatre
At over 125 years old The Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton is one of the city’s top tourist attractions. From presenting big shows and stars for years like Charlie Chaplin, Sir Henry Irving and even a speech from Winston Churchill himself. This historic icon is a must visit tourist attraction in Wolverhampton for musicals, dance shows, theatre and more.
Visit the Grand Theatre website.
Everyone in the Midlands has heard of Banks’ Brewery. Starting off way back in Wolverhampton 1875 the beer brand became a staple across the West Midlands and the rest of the country. Now you can take a tour round the historic factory and even taste a few ales too!
Visit the Banks’ Brewery website.
As part of the National Trust, Wightwick Manor and Gardens is a great way to spend a day out in Wolverhampton. Take a tour round the grand house or a stroll through its beautiful gardens whilst learning about the history of the manor.
Visit the Wightwick Manor website.
You can’t mention shopping in Wolverhampton and not talk about the famous Mander Centre which has been at the heart of the city for over 50 years. If you’re looking for clothes then you’ll be spoilt for choice with H&M, New Look, Flannels, Matalan and more. However, it’s not just about fashion and you can browse tonnes of other shops too.
Visit the Mander Centre website.
Wulfrun Shopping Centre
Joined on to the Mander Centre is the Wulfrun Shopping Centre which houses an array of big brand shops as well independent stores too. Grab a bargain at Primark or get something for your home from Argos, there’s plenty to browse across the Wulfrun Centre!
Visit the Wulfrun Shopping Centre website.
Seen as the main high street in the city centre, Dudley street stretches from Queen Square all the way to the Wulfrun Shopping Centre. With shops like Boots, River Island and Marks and Spencers on there you can pick up whatever you need on Dudley Street.
Visit the Dudley Street website.
What’s not to love about authentic Italian food and wine? At Bella Restaurant they serve just that and all in a stylish, smart setting in Chapel Ash too. Having been open for over 20 years the restaurant has become a staple in Wolverhampton.
Visit the Bella website.
If you’re looking to head out of the city centre a bit more there are some amazing eateries across Wolverhampton, take Seats in Tettenhall for example, a modern bistro twinned with a butchers, this restaurant prides itself on fresh ingredients and a delicious menu. We definitely recommend their Burger Night on Thursdays.
Visit the Seats Bistro website.
One bar that is quite new to Wolverhampton but has already become a firm favourite is The Parisian. This French-themed cocktail bar is adding a touch of Paris to proceedings with spectacular drinks in a chic setting, perfect for a Friday night out. They even serve a small food menu of French classics in the day too.
Visit the Parisian website.
There’re so many amazing parks in Wolverhampton and West Park is one of the best. Perfect for a day out with the kids, the park has tonnes of things to do as a family in Wolverhampton. From taking a trip out on the lake on one of their boats to playing in the park itself.
Visit the West Park website.
Wolf Mountain Activity Centre
How about a spot of indoor mountain climbing? With over 6,000 square feet of climbing surface Wolf Mountain Activity Centre is a great place to take the kids in Wolverhampton. They have walls for all levels of experience as well as offering lessons and school sessions.
Visit the Wolf Mountain Activity Centre website.
Perfect for a family picnic, Bantock Park is one of the city’s most beautiful parks and has something for the whole family to enjoy.
Visit the Bantock Park website.
The “Golden Palace” as it is referred to by Wolves fans, is one the city’s biggest attractions. Now the team is in the Premier League you catch big games against some of the countries best football teams, all with that famous, electric Molineux atmosphere!
Visit the Molineux Stadium website.
Wolverhampton Race Course
Fancy a day at the horses? Wolverhampton is home to one of the UK's best horse race courses. With regular meetings every month you can enjoy a day out at the races and maybe even win big...
Visit the Wolverhampton Race Course website.
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