With over 30 years in the conference and hospitality industry we are passionate to make a real and positive contribution to our region.
Wolverhampton and The Black Country has some amazing and unique venues from our stunning Grand Theatre offering a 1,200 plenary auditorium and smaller breakout spaces, to Wolverhampton Racecourse with a total capacity of 25,000!
Our International University offering probably the most tiered seating auditoriums in the area. Then there's our amazing football stadium, home of Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. A vast choice of meeting space from small meetings to gala dinners, and if you're looking for something more traditional then look no further than our 4 Star Mount Country Manor Hotel, offering fine dining in sumptuous surroundings. Guests will not be disappointed!
Not considered us before for your conference, meeting or event..? Give us a try, we know you'll love us.
We want to attract more leisure visitors too. Wolverhampton and The Black Country has some wonderful attractions for all the family to enjoy including The Black Country Living Museum (home of The Peaky Blinders), Dudley Zoo, Wolverhampton Racecourse, Bantock House, Casino 36, The Lighthouse independent cinema and café, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, The Arena Theatre, Newhampton Arts Centre, Civic and Wulfrun Halls, The Slade Rooms, The National Trust's Wightwick Manor, Mander Centre and much more.
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Believe it or not we get asked this a lot!
We are not Birmingham and Birmingham isn't the whole of the Midlands. Like us, our neighbouring fabulous BIG brother is a City within the Midlands.
We are conveniently located in the Midlands; about ten miles from Birmingham to Walsall or sixteen miles to Wolverhampton.
Easily accessible from the M6, M5 and M54 motorway network.
There is a convenient rail and road network and our regional airport is Birmingham International.
Wolverhampton and The Black Country has amazing people, venues, facilities and transport links, all supported by massive regeneration, investment and development.
The ethos of Destination Wolverhampton & The Black Country is to support local suppliers and people wherever possible.
Working with our amazing University of Wolverhampton, we took on Matt, a post graduate achieving Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Computing Digital Media Development. Matt's role within the business was 'Digital Media and Website Executive', with his main remit being the responsibility of building a brand new website for the business.