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Founded in the early 10th century by Lady Wulfrun, Wolverhampton is a city with a long and tumultuous history, bearing witness to an Anglo-Saxon victory over invading Danes, medieval wealth built on a woollen trade and Victorian power from the iron industry. Today, the city continues to thrive. It has true sporting pedigree, with thoroughbred horseracing and a long-standing football club. Yet the vestiges of history are everywhere – it is a place which reveres its past and celebrates its present.

Things to see

In Wolverhampton, it’s a case of where to start: history, sport or art? For the history lover, the square tower of St. Peter’s Church stands proudly above the city; the first glimpse of a medieval past. Heading out of the city – and whizzing through the centuries – you’ll find Whightwick Manor, a glorious Victorian mansion with mock-Tudor facades and whimsical interiors. For sports fans, a visit to the Molineux Stadium is a must – it’s one of the oldest football stadiums in the country, home to the Wolverhampton Wanderers for well over a century. Another of the city’s sporting venues is the Wolverhampton Race Course, where the horseracing schedule includes big-name music stars as the post-race entertainment. For arty types, the Wolverhampton Art Gallery exhibits everything from Georgian portraits to modern sculpture. The Grand Theatre, meanwhile, offers the perfect cultural night out with plays, musicals and concerts in a spectacular Victorian theatre.

Hotels in Wolverhampton

There are some great hotel deals in Wolverhampton, with smart, upmarket hotels available at budget prices, so whether you’re bringing the family for a city break or coming on business, everyone will be happy. Wolverhampton has a good selection of familiar-brand hotels, which are modern, large and well-appointed. In these hotels, rooms are spacious and some family suites are offered. Elsewhere in the hotels, you’ll find health clubs and saunas for your leisure time and often a choice of restaurants for dinner. There is also a choice of boutique hotels in Wolverhampton, where rooms are individually designed and well-equipped with mod cons.

Where to stay

Wolverhampton city centre offers several quality mid-range hotels, both independent hotels and brand-names. This is the best place to stay for easy access to all the city’s main historical attractions and sporting venues. A glut of restaurants, shops and bars in the area will keep you well-fed and entertained. If you’re coming for a football match at Walsall Stadium, there are several budget and mid-range hotels available in the Walsall area, and Wolverhampton is just a short drive away. Alternatively, if you’re looking for a country retreat, there are several luxury hotels which fit the bill southwest of the city.

How to get to Wolverhampton

Birmingham Airport is conveniently located just 26 miles away from Wolverhampton. It receives flights from other parts of the UK as well as from many European destinations. From the airport, there is a direct train to Wolverhampton, which takes about 45 minutes to reach the city centre. Alternatively, you can hire a car. Wolverhampton is also well-connected by train to London, with some direct services from Euston. This journey takes just under 2 hours. Frequent, fast trains and buses are also available from nearby Birmingham, which is a major transport hub within the UK, so easy to reach from anywhere.