Celebrating 10 years as a Fairtrade city and Heart of England in Bloom Gold award winner, Wolverhampton has plenty to offer both residents and visitors. With over a thousand years of recorded history along with a vibrant mix of leisure and culture.
You will find something to do whilst visiting Wolverhampton. Attractions range from the buzz of the Molineux football stadium right through to the tranquil Victorian West Park. Complementing Wolverhampton’s many attractions there is a huge choice of restaurants ranging from traditional pub grub right through to worldwide cuisine.
Whilst in the city visitors can treat themselves in the shops with over 200 independent stores and recognisable high street brands to choose from. Regular market days also bring the city to life offering specialist and local products. There is also a variety of quality rental accommodation to choose from in and around the city to the more rural surrounding areas.
With excellent road and rail networks, Wolverhampton is accessible from all parts of the UK. There are over 6,000 parking spaces in the City Centre with a choice of 16 Park Mark ® Safer Parking Awarded car parks. Once you’re here, the local transport services make getting around the city very easy. There are frequent public transport services to all areas of Wolverhampton and the outlying areas from the redeveloped, state of the art bus station. Here there are also links to the train station and nearby St George’s tram stop.
The city information point inside Wolverhampton Art Gallery can provide you with all the information you need to know about planning your visit to the city. The gallery also has a café and a gift shop so you can take a piece of Wolverhampton home with you.