City of Wolverhampton Council are delighted to announce that Wolverhampton Art Gallery and City Archives are open to the public. It’s wonderful to welcome visitors to our venues once again! During the period of closure we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to make our sites safe so you’ll notice are a few changes – but our helpful staff are on hand to welcome visitors and provide all you need to know.
City Archives - On Wednesday 5 August the City Archives re-opened to the public with a new booking system in place.
The service, which has been carrying out digital research during the period of closure, will now be operating a system where visitors can book a two-and-a-half hour time slot to carry out their research.
Here you can find out more about Wolverhampton City Archives reopening.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery - On Saturday 8 August Wolverhampton Art Gallery reopened to the public with extended dates for Victoria and Albert: Our Lives in Watercolour and Phoebe Cummings: This Was Now.
Also a new exhibition, Here To Stay.
Here you can find out more information about Wolverhampton Art Gallery reopening.
Bantock House Museum - On Saturday 15 August Bantock House Museum will re-open to the public under revised hours Saturday and Sunday's only, 11am until 5pm.
Here you can find out more information about Bantock House Museum reopening.