Our new family-friendly exhibition at Bilston Gallery explores the prehistoric world of the dinosaurs.
In the run-up to the 90th anniversary of the first car to reach 200mph – a Sunbeam, this exhibition champions the historic links between Wolverhampton’s industries.
Black Country Memories Club draws on its extensive collection of Bilston heritage to tell the story of local manufacturing in the 1920s and ‘30s.
Step in to an imaginary winter world, shown through the gallery’s collection of japanned ware.
‘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.
An exploration of the key part played by local industries in military-related production in the First and Second World Wars.
A fascinating look at some of the motorcycles made in Wolverhampton and Bilston.
The free exhibition begins with the Penny Farthing and ends with the Sunbeam bicycle and highlights the wealth of bike manufactures in the city in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Mixed Bag are a group of contemporary artists working in ceramics, jewellery, paper, print and textiles
Gunhild Thomson is a photographer who documents the changes to trees in Autumn and Spring.