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Pick a winner at Wolverhampton Racecourse

Wolverhampton Racecourse is one of the many tracks run by Arena Racing Company, the largest racecourse operator in the UK. Horse racing has a history in Wolverhampton stretching back to 1825, and rose to prominence at the current site in 1888. Reopened in 1994 by Queen Elizabeth II, the racecourse is now an active and popular home for British horse racing.

Welcome to Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton may not be the most iconic city in the UK, but those who are willing to explore will find all kinds of great things to see and do. Whether you're drawn to the tranquil gardens and woodlands of Mosely Old Hall and David Austen Roses, arts centres like the Grand Theatre, or family attractions like Wild Zoological Park, Wolverhampton really has something for everyone.

Experience the Midlands' history at the Black Country Living Museum

The Black Country Living Museum is a patch of the Wolverhampton area that's frozen in time. One of the largest open-air museums in the UK, visitors come here to explore a historical village full of working shops, vehicles and industrial businesses from the 1930s, all brought to life by live actors. With a range of activities and exhibits to experience, this is a fun and unique day out for the whole family.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Wolverhampton Racecourse? Travelodge Birmingham Hilton Park Hotel is 20 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Dudley Town Centre Hotel can be reached in just under half an hour.