Due to its location in the heart of England, Wolverhampton is incredibly accessible. The first service from Liverpool departs just after 12:00 a.m. and takes roughly 3.5 hours. The final service of the day leaves at around 2:30 p.m. and requires travellers making at least one change. The main provider of this route is National Express, although other service providers like Megabus offer a more limited service. Wolverhampton Coach and Bus Depot is located in the city centre, with taxi, bus and rail services all in close walking distance.
Wolverhampton is often overlooked as a holiday destination due to its proximity to Birmingham, however it has recently undergone widespread regeneration. One of the city's most popular attractions is the Black Country Living Museum. Located just outside Wolverhampton, the museum recreates life in the late 19th and early 20th century in the West Midlands. It consists of various open air exhibitions, including fully-restored houses, general stores and metal-working shops that provide an immersive and educational visitor experience. With old vehicles navigating the streets and a talented cast of actors playing the local population, it is easy to see why the museum is consistently voted one of the city's key attractions.