The Best Landmark in Wolverhampton

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Wolverhampton, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Moseley Old Hall Lane, Fordhouses, Staffordshire, Wolverhampton WV10 7HY

Since 1651

Tourist Attraction, Garden, Landmark, Historical Place, Architecture Structure, Hall, Woodland, Tea-Room, Farmhouse, Group Visits, School Visits, Baby-Changing Facilities & Second-Hand Bookshop

It is famous as one of the resting places of Charles II of England - A variety of 17th-century plants, a fruit orchard and a striking ‘knot’ garden adorn the graceful gardens - There is the tree-hide for children of all ages to explore

Price: Adult £7.70, Child £3.85, Family £19.09 & Group Adult (Minimum Group Size 15) £7.20

Mon - Sun 11:30 am - 5:00 pm

Moseley Old Hall has been on our to do list for absolutely years and now we've done it and wonder why we have never visited before. Really interesting tour with a very informed guide who made sense of so many famous local family names and the links to Civil War history. Volunteers also demonstrate activities of the time. Gardens are beautifully maintained and still being worked on in the traditional manner. Tea room is comfortable with plenty of outside seating. Scones superb! Will go back.

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Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton WV6 8EE

Since 1887

Tourist Attraction, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Garden, Manor House, Tea-Room, Malthouse Gallery, Baby-Changing Facilities, Second-Hand Bookshop, Children's Activity Days in School Holidays, Indoor & Outdoor Family Trails

It is a Victorian manor house - The manor has been Grade I listed on the National Heritage List for England - Built by Theodore Mander Wightwick has become one of the outstanding examples of a Victorian house furnished in the Aesthetic style

Mon - Sun 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

This is one of the best NT properties that we have visited. The house is wonderful. The rooms are fully furnished and there is a real authentic atmosphere about the place - you can really imagine what it was like to live there. Each room from the morning room to the nursery contains a wealth of artifacts. In addition, the walls are covered with William Morris wallpaper and pre-Raphellite paintings. The grounds are also interesting, There are formal gardens, orchards, a kitchen garden.

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North Street, West Midlands, Wolverhampton WV1 1RQ

Since 1938

Landmarks, Architecture Building, Historical Buildings, Virtual Tour, Concerts, Shows, Meetings, Civic Hall, Wulfrun Hall, The Slade Rooms, Music, Comedy, Sport, Theatre & Performance Venue

The complex is owned and managed by Wolverhampton City Council and is a Grade II listed building - The 3000 capacity Civic Hall and its smaller 1134 capacity sister venue the Wulfrun Hall are the major hub for live entertainment in Wolverhampton

Mon - Sat 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun Closed

I have seen many concerts at the Civic and it is a great venue. All of the concerts I have seen here is standing on the floor area downstairs and the balcony is seated. I like standing my wife is vertically challenged and she doesn't see much. So we go for a seat upstairs. Not the comfiest but they are fine. There are good sight lines and we have always had a good view. There are several bars and although expensive it is what you would expect at a venue of this type. The service is good.

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