At Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage’s four venues, you’re never short of something to do, from exploring 300 years of art at Wolverhampton Art Gallery or enjoying a family workshop at Bilston Craft Gallery, to stepping back 100 years at Bantock House Museum, or finding out more about the city’s rich history at Wolverhampton City Archives.

There’s also temporary exhibitions and displays, hands-on activities and special events, plus popular cafes and shops ideal for those unique gifts.

Admission to all of our venues is FREE too.

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    Animal Architecture by Adam Kossoff

    Wolverhampton Art Gallery
    20 June 2015 - 19 September 2015

    The film ‘Animal Architecture’ by Adam Kossoff is at the heart of a new exhibition that explores the restoration of Dudley Zoo’s famous animal enclosures.

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    5 Nests by Craftplay

    Wolverhampton Art Gallery
    18 July 2015 - 31 October 2015

    Nestle, play and investigate the five nests and relax with other families beneath the white tree. Explore your senses and be inspired. Toddlers can clamber amongst the giant twigs or discover the den while babies can explore the sensory baskets – ask at Reception for one of these which are packed with items that encourage children to touch, listen and smell.

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    Wolverhampton Art Gallery
    1 August 2015 - 21 November 2015

    Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) is one of the great masters of the Japanese landscape print and his most famous series is the Fifty-three Stages of the Tōkaidō Road.

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    Re-making the Past: Six contemporary makers respond to inspiration from prehistory

    Bilston Craft Gallery
    8 August 2015 - 31 October 2015

    This touring show from the Devon Guild of Craftsmen brings together exciting new contemporary craft that explores the art and archaeology of our ancient past.

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    The Riches Beneath Us

    Bantock House Museum
    14 August 2015 - 15 November 2015

    ‘The Riches Beneath Us: The Black Country’s Amazing Rocks’ highlights objects from the collection which have a local connection and show how the former collieries and limestone quarries in particular contributed to the assembly of an astounding group of fossils.