Bantock House is named after Baldwin and Kitty Bantock who lived here over a century ago, it offers a chance to explore life in an Edwardian Home and explore Wolverhampton's history.
Discover more about the Bantock family and the way they lived by flicking through family albums and admire the Arts and Crafts inspired decor.
The first floor explores the men and women who shaped Wolverhampton and the industries they created.
Decorative Arts collection including locally-made enamels, steel jewellery and japanned ware. Community Gallery where temporary exhibitions are on display all year round.
Wandering through the gardens today, you can see the different spaces Baldwin Bantock created and which have now been restored to his original designs. Bantock Park covers 43 acres and provides an ideal place for a family outing.