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You can get free entry to the Wolves Museum on Friday 8 July, between 11.30am and 5pm.
The museum includes access to a special interactive Games Zone, History Zone and Cinema Zone.
Wolves Head of Marketing and Communications, Matt Grayson, said: "The Wolves Museum has established itself as a great family visitor attraction in the city, with £1 million invested to create a fantastic interactive football experience.
"The Museum includes something for all generations.
"We're delighted to open up the facility free of charge to support the Enjoy Wolverhampton programme, which is designed to highlight the hidden gems within the city.
"The Wolves Museum is certainly one of those gems - and we look forward to meeting all the visitors on 8 July."
Councillor John Reynolds, City of Wolverhampton Cabinet Member for City Economy, added: "Wolverhampton is a vibrant, thriving city with plenty to offer every day of the year - and the Wolves Museum is a prime example of this."
Booking is essential to secure your free trip to the Wolves Museum, in the Stan Cullis Stand at Molineux, so visit Type=links;Linkid=7315;Title=Wolves Tickets;Target=_blank; and select the Online Sales and Museum options. Select 8 July at the checkout and enter promotional code WWFCM.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, visit Wolves official Type=links;Linkid=7316;Title=website;Target=_blank;, or search Official Wolves FC or @officialwolves on Twitter.
For full details of the exciting programme of Enjoy Wolverhampton events taking place in the City Friday 1 to Sunday 10 July, visit Type=links;Linkid=6522;Title=Enjoy Wolverhampton;Target=_blank;.
- released: Tuesday 21 June, 2016