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Travel Directions

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Wolverhampton Art Gallery is situated in the centre of Wolverhampton.

Just 5 (the Art Gallery) or 10 (the City Archives) minutes walk from the bus, train and tram stations.

Wolverhampton is well served with bus, train and tram links to Birmingham and other towns in the West Midlands.

If you are coming by car, follow the signs for Wolverhampton from the M5, M6 and M54, Wolverhampton Art Gallery is signposted off the city ring road. There are several car parks nearby. The Civic Centre car park is the closest for the Art Gallery.  The City Archives has a small number of car parking spaces on site, to gain entry to the car park use the Whitmore Hill entrance.

If you need to travel by bus to either destination you can catch, 10B, 33, 6 or 11 (some bus’s may drop you at Wolverhampton Art Gallery and then you will have to continue on foot to the City Archives.

Bantock House

Bantock House is located approximately one mile from Wolverhampton city centre.

Buses 3, 16 and 63 from Wolverhampton stop close to Bantock Park and run regularly throughout the day. The journey time from Wolverhampton city centre is about 7 minutes.

If you are coming by car, follow the signs for Wolverhampton from the M5, M6 and M54, Bantock House is signposted off the city ring road. There is ample free parking at Bantock House and Park, including two coach spaces and six disabled spaces.

Bilston Craft Gallery

Bilston Craft Gallery is located 3 miles outside of Wolverhampton and 5 minutes walk from Bilston town centre.

We have disabled and limited parking spaces at the front of the building. There is free parking within 200 yards.

Bilston Central tram stop is 5 minutes walk from the gallery and trams run between Wolverhampton St Georges and Birmingham Snow Hill every 8 minutes. Journey time from Wolverhampton is approximately 10 minutes and 30 minutes from Birmingham Snow Hill.

Buses 79 Wolverhampton to West Bromwich and 39 Wolverhampton to Walsall both go from Wolverhampton Bus Station and stop on the Wellington Road in Bilston close to the Craft Gallery.

City Archives

Wolverhampton City Archives are situated in the centre of Wolverhampton.

Just 5 (the Art Gallery) or 10 (the City Archives) minutes walk from the bus, train and tram stations.

Wolverhampton is well served with bus, train and tram links to Birmingham and other towns in the West Midlands.

If you are coming by car the City Archives has a small number of car parking spaces on site, to gain entry to the car park use the Whitmore Hill entrance. On arrival you must obtain a pass that must be displayed clearly in your car window. It is free to park.

If you need to travel by bus to either destination you can catch, 10B, 33, 6 or 11 (some bus’s may drop you at Wolverhampton Art Gallery and then you will have to continue on foot to the City Archives.