Bantock House Museum

Restored to its Edwardian glory, Bantock House is a hidden treasure set within 43 acres of parkland and surrounded by delightful formal gardens.

We’ve extended our cafe opening times! We are now open 7 days a week from 9am, so you can join us for the all-new Bantock Breakfast!

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Summer (April to October)
Tuesday – Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Winter (November to March)
Tuesday – Sunday: 12pm – 4pm
Open Bank Holiday Mondays
Admission free
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Finchfield Road
West Midlands
01902 552195

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Visit Bantock House Museum and explore the history of Wolverhampton and its people in the period settings of the former Bantock family home.

Complete with carved oak panelled rooms, decorative glass, tiles and period furnishings inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, lives are revealed alongside displays of locally made enamels, japanned ware, jewellery, toys, dolls and Pre-Raphaelite paintings.

Younger visitors are well catered for with activities throughout the house.

With views over the Dutch Garden, the popular courtyard café serves homemade food, drinks and ice creams, while the museum shop has a range of cards, gifts and traditional children’s toys.

Bantock House Museum

  • Drinks Available

    Drinks Available

  • Cafe


  • Picnic Area

    Picnic Area

  • Baby Changing

    Baby Changing

  • Gift Shop

    Gift Shop

  • Garden


  • Park


  • Outdoor Play Area

    Outdoor Play Area

  • Disabled Access

    Disabled Access

  • Family Friendly

    Family Friendly

  • Buggies Welcome

    Buggies Welcome

  • Onsite Parking

    Onsite Parking

  • Bus Stops

    Bus Stop Nearby

  • Meeting Rooms

    Meeting Rooms For Hire

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    The Riches Beneath Us

    Bantock House Museum
    14 August 2015 - 4 October 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.

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    The Geological Heartland: Global Recognition for the Black Country?

    Bantock House Museum
    6 October 2015

    A talk by museum curator Graham Worton on the bid by Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton to make the Black Country an internationally-recognised Geopark.

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