In search of Heritage
Wolverhampton is rich with heritage and a stroll through the City Centre will reveal stories and facts that you never knew. Why not start at the popular Art Gallery on Lichfield Street before taking in the gardens surrounding St Peters Collegiate Church - which dates back to 1200AD - where you will find the statue of Our Lady Wulfruna watching over the City. You only have to cast a glance up to the higher levels of the Cities architecture and you’ll easily be able to picture what it was like to walk through a City of years gone by.
For an interactive tour, you could wander down Queen Street and do the audio trail at your own pace to hear the stories and sounds of Wolverhampton in Victorian times. The City Archives are a treat for those who want to delve into deeper detail about the origins of Wolverhampton.
A Great Night Out
Wolverhampton is a great destination for a night out with close friends. The Sunbeam pub is a great place to start your night - it’s a great meeting point being so close to the train and bus stations. Wander down Lichfield street and head into the stylish Boho Bar for some great beats and cocktails - watch the mixologists create your delicious concoction right in front of you! If you fancy something a bit more quirky, discover a little gem in The Posada with its timeless frontage and great ales! Down on Queen Square, you’ll find even more choice from traditional pubs to European themed bars like The Parisian. The city’s newest destinations are Crazy Gin Co and the fabulous Lupo Lounge. If you’re staying late then take your pick from the many bars and clubs such as Gorgeous, Slug & Lettuce, North Street Social, Cuban Exchange or CRC Manhattans that are open until the very early hours. With a City Centre that’s bursting with choice, the only way to experience it is to see for yourself!