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Wolverhampton Sights and Landmarks Guide, United Kingdom


Wolverhamton is 13th largest city situated in West Midlands, United Kingdom. Wolverhampton is also known as Market town and industrial center of United Kingdom. The major industries include steel, automobiles and engineering. After industrial revolution in the 19th century, the population of the city increased. Industrial growth also led to the promotion of the tourism industry.

There are a lot of sights and attractions in Wolverhampton that attract millions of visitors every year. Theatres, Parks, museums, shopping centers and landscapes of Wolverhampton are popular throughout the United Kingdom. Some of the most popular entertainment spots and sites of tourism attraction in Wolverhampton include the following.


It is a multiplex cinema chain that operates throughout the United Kingdom. There are more than 70 cinemas that are operated under the Cineworld. Cineworld is a great entertainment spot in the Wolverhampton.

Arena Theatre

Arena Theatre is a biggest complex that hosts a number of programs, live performances, converts and musical shows. Contemporary dramas are also hosted throughout the year. It also features a seminar room and Tilstone studio.

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

It is one of the finest art galleries in Wolverhampton, opened to public in 1884. The gallery has an inclusive environment for the visitors to explore art, culture and historical monuments. Wolverhampton Art gallery reflects the Georgian and Victorian art.

Black Country Living Museum

It is an open-air museum that covers 26-acres of land. It was opened in 1978. Visitors to this museum also take a trip to canal. This museum also features a number of trams including Wolverhampton Horse Tram, Dudley Tramcar and Wolverhampton Open Top Tramcar.

Wolverhampton Civic Hall

It is one of the biggest music venues in Wolverhampton. It has been used for hosting the liver musical performances from decades. It was opened in 1938. The hall runs a number of entertainment and musical events throughout the year. The most popular performances that are hosted in this hall are Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, George Stratton, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Dr. Malcolm Sargent and Halle.

West Park

It is a Victorian-style park situated close to the city center. It also features lake, playground and tennis courts.

Victorian Manor House

It is a historical building served as an administrative center of a Manor.

University of Wolverhampton

The University of Wolverhampton is situated in Wolverhampton. It offers more than 340 courses in different fields. Initially it was a Polytechnic institute and granted a status of a University in 1992. The University of Wolverhampton comprises of a number of campuses, libraries, research centers and theaters.


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