Bantock House the place to go for antiques hunters

Bantock House the place to go for antiques hunters

Fascinating finds are lined up at the Bank Holiday antiques fair being held at City of Wolverhampton's historic Bantock House Museum and Park.

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Collectables at Bantock House Museum and Park

Fascinating finds are lined up at the Bank Holiday antiques fair being held at City of Wolverhampton’s historic Bantock House Museum and Park.

The beautiful house and gardens, off Finchfield Road, is hosting the latest monthly antiques and collectors fair on Sunday, May 6.

Bargain hunters will find a variety of traders offering both affordable and quality items including furniture, silver, jewellery, militaria, and high-quality ceramics, at the antiques fair.

It runs from 9am to 3.30pm and the entrance fee is £1.50, under 16s go free.

There is free parking available, refreshments at the Courtyard Café, and the chance to look around Bantock House and its gardens.

Paul Rowson, fair organiser, said: “Our monthly fairs are growing each month and we encourage everyone who has an interest in antiques to come along and see what gems they can find.

“We are set in a wonderful location and people travel from far and wide to visit the fairs, the museum and the beautiful gardens, lunch is also popular in the Courtyard Café. It is a very pleasant way to spend a little time on a Sunday – and well worth a visit.”

The Antiques Fairs take place on the first Sunday of every month.

The Antiques shop, located in the conservatory at Bantock House is open Tuesday to Sunday (10am–4pm), with Bantock House Museum open Tuesday to Sunday (11am–5pm).