Hiring a car here gives you the freedom to explore the area to its full potential.
Things to do in Wolverhampton
In Wolverhampton itself, be sure to visit Wolverhampton Art Gallery and Saint Peter’s Collegiate Church. The Art Gallery is enjoyed by children and adults alike with its permanent displays featuring works from 18th Century greats alongside changing exhibitions of contemporary pieces and interactive displays. Once you’ve had your fill of paintings, photography, and sculptures head to the popular café for some tea and cake.
Alternatively, take a trip around Banks’ Brewery. Learn about the special mashing and fermentation process and discover how the Black Country has been brewing their ales for centuries. Round off your tour with a fresh pint and choose three bottles to take home with you. We think they make pretty good souvenirs!
Top Sights in the Area
Travel the short distance to the historic National Trust property; Wightwick Manor and Gardens. Both the house and the gardens are interesting and beautiful so you’ll be sure to have a great time.
Other historical houses in the area include Bantock House Museum and Moseley Old Hall, each with their own story to tell. These houses are a must-see during the summer months when they host a number of events suitable for the whole family.
Visit the town of Dudley just 15 minutes away. There is plenty to see and do; visit the zoological gardens, the Baggeridge Miniature Railway, and the Dudley Canal Tunnels and famous Limestone Mines. Book a trip on a canal boat and take a guided tour along the canal network that provides a stunning 'green corridor' through the landscape that once played a prime role in the industrial revolution.