Wolverhampton, a city in central England, is famous for many things such as; art galleries, Indian as well as British cuisine, parks, and bars. Though it hasn’t been a huge tourist attraction, it definitely has quite some surprises for you.
Places to visit
Bantok Museum all about the life in the Edward Era, that is set up in the huge parkland that spans 43 acres. The house is known for its décor and finery in glasses. The arts and craftsmanship of the house are the result of the Art and Craft Movement. A lot of fun activities happen here for all age groups and entry is free. They also have a cafe with homemade ice cream and food.
Northycote Farm and Country Park has a lot of Picnic places with facilities for baby changing. The park also offers a splendid walking space with a few ice cream and beverage shops. It’s not open every day so check before heading. Also, the entry is free, but on occasions like Halloween and Christmas, they charge a small amount.
The Art Gallery in Wolverhampton has a nice collection of Georgian arts, but that’s not all. It also has a nice cafe which sells bacons and cakes.
Pubs and hotels
There are a lot of Indian Restaurants situated in the center of the city. If you haven’t tasted their food, you’d visit isn’t complete. Try out the Tandoori from the award-winning; Bilash Tandoori in Cheapside, beef chilly fry from The Ship and Italian cuisine from Bella at the Chapel Ash. The Cowshed is another great local hotel.
Are you in a mood to taste some real Ale? Go straight to Vine Inn or Combermere Arms to taste some fine collection of Ale.
If you are a fan of bars and pubs then you need to see Lichfield Street and Queen Street. The nightlife, with its live music and bars, will set you on edge.
- Bull Hotel
- The Lancaster