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Bantock House Museum

Bantock House Finchfield Road, Wolverhampton WV3 9LQ, England
+44 1902 552195
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Park, Cafe, Museum - FREE!! My kids love it

We are local to Bantock Park and love the place. Over the summer holidays we must have visited... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
A real gem

Well worth seeking out. Do look at the photograph albums and information books in the various rooms... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Anne C
Inverness, United Kingdom
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Bantock House Finchfield Road, Wolverhampton WV3 9LQ, England
+44 1902 552195
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Reviewed yesterday

We are local to Bantock Park and love the place. Over the summer holidays we must have visited 15-20 times. It is a lovely little space with so much to do. My kids (2 and 4) love the playground, going round the gardens looking for...More

Thank andyc_81
Reviewed 3 days ago

Well worth seeking out. Do look at the photograph albums and information books in the various rooms to get a feel for the property. Lovely atmosphere and the young man at reception was friendly and knowledgeable. Easy car parking, popular cafe and some gardens to...More

Thank Anne C
Reviewed 4 days ago

I met a friend for coffee at Bantock as it was convenient for us both. Imagine my surprise when I also walked around the house learning all about the family who once lived there. The cafe offers lovely food and drink and the antique shop...More

Thank JEl000
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Called here whilst visiting family in Wolverhampton, what a lovely place to visit; museum was great and the Staff member welcomed us warmly and gave us lots of information. A walk round the formal gardens was a delight, lots of lovely shrubs and flowers and...More

Thank Paula E
Reviewed 11 July 2017

An elegant house which is well-maintained. As a child I remember talking to the curator who was restoring the Japan ware. It is a much more child-friendly place these days. Well worth a visit .

Thank M W
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Took my granddaughter aged 2 around the house Annie was amazed at every room she enjoyed looking at the antiques and loved the dolls a beautiful well kept house seeping in history. beautiful park. highly recommend the cafe and visited the antique shop visited here...More

Thank susanannpadley
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Well how surprised was I when we paid an unexpected visit to this marvellous place. I was greeted by a very charming young lady - Sammie - I was allowed to wonder at my own leisure, I dressed up, I spent time in the nursery...More

Reviewed 4 July 2017

We found the house interesting with an unusual fireplace with copper and one room with a magnificent display cabinet as a fire surround. It's an arts & crafts place and has some interesting books about people like William Morris and samples of their patterns to...More

Thank PBarnel
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

The cafe is simple, great food and service. They have a great selection of food and drinks. Thank you guys.

Thank Manish P
Reviewed 28 May 2017

A wonderful piece of Wolverhamptons history. The house was given to the public by the Bantock family. There is a bus stop at the bottom of the drive.The house has been kept as it was in the eighteenhundreds but the land and farm have long...More

1  Thank johnsaxtonward
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anthony b
7 February 2017|
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Response from Ian A | Reviewed this property |
From the town centre take either the Number 3 or the Number 4 they go either side of the park.
Claire J
13 November 2016|
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Response from martin h | Reviewed this property |
As much as we gathered i'd say yes,we saw a number of dog owners walking around when we visited as it is attatched to a very well kept park that belongs to its grounds..the cafe also provided a dog watering bowl that... More
2 August 2016|
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Response from roger c | Reviewed this property |
All of the venue is adjacent to the car park which has "blue-badge" spaces. The coffee shop and grounds are on one level. The House-Museum has wide stair cases and a lift to the first floor (the only elevated floor).