At WAVE’s four venues, you’re never short of something to do, from exploring 300 years of art at Wolverhampton Art Gallery or enjoying a free 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.

And admission to all WAVE venues is free too.

  • Julio le Parc, Longue March,
1976, Lithograph © The Artist


    Wolverhampton Art Gallery
    5 July 2014 - 7 February 2015

    A colourful display of Pop and Op Art, Expressionist and Abstract works, POP EUROPE! looks at artists working on the continent in a comparative aesthetic and reviews the idea of a Pop beyond Britain and America.

  • Brian Yale, Hawthorne Ridge © The Artist

    Brian Yale: First World War Battlefield Paintings

    Wolverhampton Art Gallery
    26 July 2014 - 29 November 2014

    These paintings by Cradley-born artist Brian Yale date from the 1980s and are based on sketches made on the spot of some of the most famous and tragic battlefields of the First World War.

  • See letters which were written during the First World War

    Letters Home - Bantock House Museum

    Bantock House Museum
    14 August 2014 - 2 November 2014

    Letters Home explores different elements of letters written during the First World War. At Bantock House, letters are displayed alongside objects selected from Wolverhampton’s collection and relevant items loaned from local collectors.