Bantock House Museum is a historical residence boasting oak-panelled rooms, an art and archaeology museum, and a Dutch garden museum in Wolverhampton. Nestled within 48 acres of parkland, it serves as a window into Edwardian life and local history in Wolverhampton, England. The museum spans two floors: the ground floor showcases the Edwardian era, featuring décor inspired by Arts and Crafts movements. In contrast, the first floor hosts immersive exhibits delving into various facets of local history. Visitors are invited to step into the period setting of the Bantock family home, immersing themselves in stories about the lives of its former inhabitants. Additionally, the museum continually offers fresh and distinctive experiences in the community gallery and presents engaging hands-on activities for visitors to enjoy.
• Dolls And Toys Collections.