Wolves have today revealed more details regarding the much anticipated launch of the Club’s new state-of-the-art, interactive Museum, which will be the first of its kind in the Midlands.
The Club aims to establish the Museum as a successful visitor attraction and has introduced a great value family ticket, along with special deals for group bookings.
The Museum is split into zones with a Games Zone – perfect for kids and adults alike! – and also History, Stadium and Sport Science Zones.
The Hall of Fame looks set to be one of the most popular attractions, along with a 30 person capacity cinema – showing an exclusive, specially commissioned film about the Club.
Advance tickets are now on sale, and can be purchased via the Ticket Office, online or by calling the Ticket line: 0871 222 1877.
There will be a special exclusive preview day for Members on 23rd November 2012 - booking via the Ticket Office or online as normal. The Wolves Museum will then be open to the general public from 9:00am, Saturday, 24th November 2012 (the day of the home fixture versus Nottingham Forest, Kick-off: 3:00pm).
Ticket prices start at just £4.50 for concessions, which includes 65 & Over, Students and Under 17’s with children under five years of age entering the Museum for FREE.
Adults are £7, whilst a special Wolves Museum Family Ticket (two adults and two under 17’s) has been created, where a family of four can enjoy the experience for just £18 (a Family Ticket can’t be purchased online).
The Wolves Museum will be open on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons (12:00pm till 5:30pm) and it will also be open on Saturdays (9:00am till 5:00pm) and Sundays (10:00am till 4:00pm). On match days, the last entry will be two hours before kick-off.
Although schools and groups will be able to visit on any day (subject to availability), the main days will be on the Mondays and Tuesdays when the facility will be closed to the general public.
Members can earn and redeem 10% Ticket Cash on their Museum Ticket purchases, accessing the Museum for even better value prices.
Jez Moxey, Chief Executive, Wolves, said, “The Wolves Museum has been nearly two years in the making in terms of actual design and delivery but it has been Steve Morgan’s vision and passion to create this amazing facility ever since he took over the reins from Sir Jack back in 2007.
“We are all extremely excited to be on the verge of opening this new visitor attraction and we’re proud to say it will be the very first dedicated football Museum in the Midlands.
“The feedback we’ve had from the handful of people who’ve seen it so far has been tremendous and we hope the rest of our supporters will feel the same when they come and see the new Museum for themselves.
“The Museum is as much about representing who we are now as a Club, as it is our rich history, and the intention is that grandparents, parents and children – whoever they support - will all be able to visit together and have a fantastic experience.”