Get a fascinating insight into the proud history of one of the world’s oldest football clubs as the Wolves Museum relaunches later this month.
The Wolves Museum is a fun-packed football experience for all the family, young and old, and with updated exhibits, new imagery and activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
You don’t even have to be a part of the Molineux faithful to be captivated by the only dedicated football museum in the Midlands.
The unique visitor attraction guides you through the timeline of the club, from the founding years back in 1877, the three-time title-winning side of the 1950s, all the way through to the current successful era under Fosun.
Also discover the museum’s brand-new E-Zone, learn more about the Wolves heroes in the Hall of Fame and find out what goes on behind the scenes at the club in our very own specially designed cinema.
Kids of all ages can be kept amused for hours taking a penalty against one of Wolves' legendary goalkeepers, before going between the sticks themselves to face some of Wolves' top past and present strikers.
Travel through the good and dark times of the club, experiencing a unique footballing story as you discover how Wolves have shaped modern football, both at home and across the world.
Tickets for the relaunched museum, which opens on Friday 10th December, now cost £5 for all ages, and can be booked online at tickets.wolves.co.uk.
Non-matchday opening times
- Fridays: 11am - 4pm
- Saturdays: 11am - 4pm
- Sundays: 11am - 4pm
The last advised entry to the museum on home matchdays will be 90 minutes before kick-off.