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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!
- Food Drink
- Shop Disabled Access
- Family Friendly
- Picnic Area
- Outdoor Play Area
- Onsite Parking
- Meeting Rooms
- Bus Stop
- Buggies Welcome
- Baby Changing
Bantock House Museum will be open on from Saturday 15 August.
To ensure the safety of our visitors we have introduced new social distancing measures. Visitors can now book a twenty-minute self-guided tour and will have sole use of the venue for the duration of their visit. Tours start at 11am and then every twenty minutes until 4:20pm. To book your slot please visit the reception on the day of your visit, tours are only available to book on the day. Entry is FREE but a donation of £2 per person will help greatly towards the upkeep of the venue. All visitors will be required to wear a face covering and sanitise their hands on arrival. Contact details of will be taken for the government track and trace scheme.
Please note we are open weekends only from 11am until 5pm.
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 much more.
With views over the Dutch Garden, the popular courtyard café serves homemade food, drinks and ice creams. Free onsite parking available.