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Wightwick Manor and Gardens (National Trust)

Wightwick Bank, WOLVERHAMPTON, West Midlands, WV6 8BN

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Wightwick Manor and Gardens (National Trust)

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Wightwick Manor was the haven of a romantic industrialist. With its timber beams and barley-twist chimneys, gardens of wide lawns, yew hedges and roses, rich William Morris furnishings and exquisite Pre-Raphaelite paintings, Wightwick is in every way an idyllic time capsule of Victorian nostalgia for medieval England.

If you delve deeper, you will find stories of the remarkable politician who fought social injustice and European Fascism and felt the need to share this unique property with the nation. More than 75 years since that gift, the magic and warmth of the home is as enthralling and enchanting as ever.

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£13.00 per person per day
Child£6.50 per person per day
Family£32.50 per ticket type

1 Adult plus Children £19.50
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      Map & Directions

      Road Directions

      Sat Nav: Use WV6 8BN 

      Car park is situated off A454 between Wolverhampton and Bridgnorth. Brown signs from the Chapel Ash junction of the Wolverhampton ring road. Travelling from the South/East take from junction 2 of the M5 follow the A4123 (Birmingham New Road) to Wolverhampton ring road, turn left then follow ring road until brown signs. From North/East Junction 2 of M54 and follow A449 to ring road and turn right.

      Parking: Free, entrance off A454. Please note - no coaches or long vehicles (e.g. motor homes) as both entrance and exit to car park is too restricted.

      Sat Nav: Use WV6 8BN (Main entrance off Bridgnorth Road). On approach please follow brown signs, entrance gates opposite Dentist.

      Public Transport Directions

      Hourly service from Wolverhampton to Bridgnorth (currently number 9), leaves bus station quarter to the hour (no service on Sundays). Alight at the Mermaid pub on Bridgnorth Road.Walk towards Bridgnorth and enter the site via the pedestrian gate. http://www.networkwestmidlands.com/bus

      Facilities

      Accessibility

      • Accessible parking
      • Accessible toilets
      • Age friendly
      • Baby changing facilities
      • Disabled Accessibility
      • Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors
      • Guide Dogs Permitted
      • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
      • Ramp / Level Access
      • Wheelchair accessible

      Leisure Facilities

      • Shop

      Parking & Transport

      • On site parking
      • Parking (free)

      Payment Methods

      • Accepts major credit and debit cards

      Provider Facilities

      • Dog Friendly
      • Group Friendly

      Provider Features

      • No Smoking Attraction

      Travel & Trade

      • Group discounts available
      • Min group size numeric qualifier

      Opening Times

      * Winter Open 10am - 4pm until 26th March thereafter 10am till 5pm

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