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Local Tourist Information Centres and Shops

National Trust Wightwick Manor and Gardens

Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton WV6 8EE, UK – 01902 761400

This is a Lovely place to visit, the gardens are stunning. The vegetable garden is so pretty as well as very successfully growing fruit and veg- the pumpkins are huge! On this occasion I didn't go into the manor house, although I have before. Very friendly and helpful staff are all over the site, tasty and reasonably priced food and drinks in the cafe, a second hand book shop and now a gallery too. It's wheelchair and pushchair accessible, there are little nooks here and there to sit and rest all around the gardens and also places for the children to play. Well done National Trust!

We had a great time at Wightwick, there was something for all of my family, even grandma who can't walk very far. There was a golf buggy that gave anyone who couldn't manage the walk up to the house a lift. There were also lots of places to sit. There were different parts of the garden to explore. I really enjoyed taking photos around the gardens. The gallery was interesting with lots of information to read and quite a lot of things to see, although the gallery may not have been as big as we had expected. There was a lift which made it easy for grandma to get to. The house itself was really good, the wallpapers were beautiful and the whole place was furnished as the family who lived there left it which I believe is unusual. The National Trust people in each of the rooms were very friendly and when she decided she couldn't manage to go upstairs grandma just chatted to one of them who seemed very approachable and easy to talk to. All in all a good day out even if you can't manage to walk very far.

Tourist Information Centres by County. Search for centres in your own county or anywhere in the UK

Corporate Entertainment

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Boat Moorings & Marinas

Mermaid Hire Cruisers

6 Windmill La, Wolverhampton WV3 8HJ, UK – 01902 763818

Our current mooring.

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Napton Narrowboats (Autherley)

Oxley Moor Rd, Wolverhampton WV9 5HW, UK – 01902 789942

This is our third time we have used Napton Narrowboats. As there are 10 of us, we require a large boat. We hired Centurius (10 berth) The beds are comfortable. Two toilets, one with shower/small bath. On arriving. The boat was clean throughout. Full explanation and instruction given on the various aspects and maintenance of the boat during the holiday etc. Fantastic holiday as usual.

Lovely helpful and knowledgeable staff, a great place to start and finish your canal holiday

Wolverhampton Boat Club

Barnhurst Ln, Wolverhampton WV8 1RS, UK – 01902 471499

Only spent a bit of time here but it was superb. It's a lovely little club next to the canal. The staff were really friendly and the prices very reasonable. One of those little joys you find occasionally. It has a "working men's club" feel to it which is no bad thing.

Great place to be but you need to be a member.

Boat Trips & Excursions - if available

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Local Parks & Gardens

Windsor Avenue Playing Fields

12 Walden Gardens, Wolverhampton WV4 4EX, UK

I have been visiting this place for many decades and to be honest not very much has changed or been added. The kiddies playground is situated on one extremity and well away from the main car park. The popular playing fields are on differing levels and with few pathways or steps getting between both can be tricky and dangerous when wet. I would certainly not recommend this place to wheelchair users. It has always been a good place to take kids to unwind and let off steam, popular with dog walkers too.

A great place to let your dog run around and meet other dogs. Quite often a fair bit of litter around. Recently travellers have based themselves here.

West Park

Park Rd W, Wolverhampton WV1 4PH, UK – 01902 551155

Well maintained park with landscaped gardens and block tower in the centre. There is a large figure of eight lake which used to be for boating on the western side of the park. There are also tennis courts and a large area for the circus / fair when it is in town. The outer path is around a mile in length and is good for joggers and dog-walkers. Sadly, due to some of the "visitors" to the park, you're not usually very far from the smell of cannabis.

Love this park. It's a big park with a massive lake, beautiful gardens, a wide variety of different trees and a cafe and public toilets. Lots of different wetland birds here including herons that live there on the island in the middle of the lake

National Trust Wightwick Manor and Gardens

Wightwick Bank, Wolverhampton WV6 8EE, UK – 01902 761400

This is a Lovely place to visit, the gardens are stunning. The vegetable garden is so pretty as well as very successfully growing fruit and veg- the pumpkins are huge! On this occasion I didn't go into the manor house, although I have before. Very friendly and helpful staff are all over the site, tasty and reasonably priced food and drinks in the cafe, a second hand book shop and now a gallery too. It's wheelchair and pushchair accessible, there are little nooks here and there to sit and rest all around the gardens and also places for the children to play. Well done National Trust!

We had a great time at Wightwick, there was something for all of my family, even grandma who can't walk very far. There was a golf buggy that gave anyone who couldn't manage the walk up to the house a lift. There were also lots of places to sit. There were different parts of the garden to explore. I really enjoyed taking photos around the gardens. The gallery was interesting with lots of information to read and quite a lot of things to see, although the gallery may not have been as big as we had expected. There was a lift which made it easy for grandma to get to. The house itself was really good, the wallpapers were beautiful and the whole place was furnished as the family who lived there left it which I believe is unusual. The National Trust people in each of the rooms were very friendly and when she decided she couldn't manage to go upstairs grandma just chatted to one of them who seemed very approachable and easy to talk to. All in all a good day out even if you can't manage to walk very far.

Great website!. Click below to find gardens open during the year around Trescott or Staffordshire. There are photos and lots of detail about the garden.

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