Black Country History Web Site

Black Country History is a searchable website which allows users to find information about documents, maps, photographs, art works, objects and more held by archives and museums services within the Black Country.
The eight partners involved in this website are:
Dudley Archives and Local History Service
Dudley Museums Service
Sandwell Community History and Archives Service
Sandwell Museums Service
Walsall Local History Centre
Walsall Museums Service
Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies
Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service

Contact information for accessibility help

E-mail

[email protected]

Telephone

01902 552055

Postal Address

Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Lichfield Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 1DU

Wolverhampton Arts and Museums

NameWolverhampton Arts and Museums
PrefixWAGMU
Typemuseum
AddressLichfield Street
TownWolverhampton
CountyStaffordshire
PostcodeWV1 1DU
CountryUnited Kingdom
Telephone09102 552055
Email[email protected]
Access ConditionsPlease phone to find out if a particular item is on display.

Items that are not on display can be viewed by prior appointment, please phone the gallery to arrange date and time.
Operational HoursMonday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
WebsiteVisit website
Collections OverviewHighlights of our Art collections include unique artworks looking at the modern phase of the conflict in Northern Ireland, a notable Pop Art collection and exquisite Georgian paintings from the 1700s.

The West Midlands led the world in the manufacture of decorative art and industrial design. Our 'local interest' collections focus on these skills and includes cut steel jewellery, enamels, Japanned ware and ceramics.

Our history collections include decorative items from the last four hundred years and other items of local historical significance, a Geology collection and a collection of archaeological artefacts.
Mla RegionWest Midlands
Mla Institution IdWOLAG

Locations

Bantock House Museum

Set in 44 acres of peaceful parkland, Bantock House Museum explores Wolverhampton's rich history. With displays of locally made steel jewellery, japanned ware and enamels.

Bilston Craft Gallery

Bilston Craft Gallery is the largest dedicated craft venue in the West Midlands with exhibitions featuring the best in contemporary ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles, metalwork and woodwork.