Bantock House Museum is an Edwardian home which tells the story of Wolverhampton's rich history, with its industrial connections around the world.
The house is named after Baldwin and Kitty Bantock, who lived in the building 100 years ago.
Much of the decor was inspired by the Arts and Crafts movemenent, such as this panel featuring the prophet Moses.
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