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Car hire in Wolverhampton

Car hire in Wolverhampton

The city of Wolverhampton can be found in the West Midlands region of the UK and has grown over the years from its origins specialising in the wool trade. Its industrial history makes it a fascinating place to visit and Wolverhampton car rental will help you explore it thoroughly. The A41 and A460 roads will also allow you to get out and see the surrounding area.

What I need to know

You’ve got plenty of options when it comes to Wolverhampton car hire, with various operators doing business throughout the city. Compare car hire with our site to find the right vehicle at the right price for you and claim the added benefits of customer service 24 hours a day and no credit card fees.

Where to pick up my car

All of the car hire companies in Wolverhampton have their own offices where you can pick up your vehicle. They are in various locations across the city, so decide which one is the easiest for you when you book your car hire. If you are coming into Wolverhampton from another destination, such as Birmingham, think about the route you’ll take into the city and find a car hire firm that’s convenient.

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Where to go

Whatever you’re looking for in Wolverhampton you’re sure to find it. The city centre has many great high street shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as the Youth Zone for kids. Green spaces, such as West Park, Wightwick Manor and Bantock House, are within easy reach and there’s loads of history to discover.

Nearby Wolverhampton

Dudley is just a 25-minute drive from Wolverhampton via the A4123 and is home to a ruined castle and zoo. The kids will love getting up close to all manner of animals, including big cats, monkeys and birds, while the fortification provides an insight into the history of the area. A nearby miniature railway and the Black Country Living Museum are also interesting.

Longer drives

Wolverhampton is well placed to allow you to explore much of Wales, the Midlands and southern England. In less than two and a half hours, you could be surrounded by the beauty of the Snowdonia National Park. Alternatively, head to the hustle and bustle of London to take in the museums or even a show, just over three hours’ drive away.

Eating and drinking

While you’ll find restaurants serving up all manner of global cuisines throughout Wolverhampton, be sure to taste some traditional Black Country fare during your stay. A typical dish in the region for many centuries has been faggots, served with mashed potatoes, marrowfat peas and gravy. A bit like a large meatball, faggots contain offal, as well as pork meat.

Things to do

If you like museums, then you can take your pick in Wolverhampton, which is home to a fine selection. There’s the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Royal Airforce Museum and Wolves Museum, which cater to most interests between them. Use your car to drive to the Smestow Valley Local Nature Reserve for a walk without having to go too far.

Sightseeing

For history lovers, a visit to the churchyard of St Peter’s to see the Wolverhampton Pillar is an absolute must. Dating back to Anglo-Saxon times, it once formed the shaft of a high cross and much of its intricate decoration remains. Football fans, on the other hand, will wish to tour the Molineux Stadium, home to the Wolves.