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With its family friendly displays and interactives, Wolverhampton Art Gallery can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.See permanent displays dedicated to key periods in history alongside regularly changing exhibitions that embrace painting...more
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Two excellent exhibitions on at the moment, namely Singh Twins, which was sizeable, detailed and thought-provoking, and Queen St, featuring some wonderful textiles and bringing back memories of the fabulous Snape's tea merchant formerly of Queen St. One quibble would be that the Singh Twins...More
I'm not a culture vulture, but I was really impressed with this place. My wife decided we would go on a quiet Sunday whilst on holiday in Wolverhampton. We had lived there for over ten years, but had never gone inside! Display were great, especially...More
Popped in with husband for no real reason other than we hadn't been for a couple of years. Place was peaceful and was able to amble about at my own pace.
Odd range of exhibits but we all have different tastes.
Stopped off in café...More
Came here with my 2 children for clay modelling.
Fantastic time spent and for only £3. The children and myself had fun making a clay pot and the artist helping was lovely and friendly and spent time with us chatting and helping my children. She...More
Ahem of a gallery in heart of Wolverhampton also it’s free. Has some fabulous special showings so check before you go to see what’s on. Currently it has the Yorkshire vikings display on show, the cafe has great food and coffees to order fresh.
This is a poor place with very little to see and what there is isn't worth looking at. I found only one decent picture.
One room had a display entitled Boring Pictures - and they are boring.
There were several staff on duty and one...More
Opened in May 1884.
Wondered in here as I was in the area, please to see the Bagpuss & Clangers exhibition going on, in the room to the right hand side as you go in.
The wire hangers face art is still at art gallery,...More
Visited with my 8 and 7 year old children . It's a relatively small gallery but there's enough to see for an hour or so. Despite being too young to remember Bagpuss , The Clangers etc. the children enjoyed the temporary puppet exhibition. The gallery...More
The gallery is free. They sometimes have a special area of art or an exhibit where there may be a small fee. Entrance to most or often all is free. Birmingham also has a fabulous art gallery which is also free.