New Year's Eve in Wolverhampton in 2013/ 2013 - celebrating in Lady Wulfrun's town
Historically a part of Staffordshire, in the West Midlands, the city of Wolverhampton has a population of almost 240,000 people, with more than 250,000 in the wider Urban Area, which makes it the 13th most populous city in England. With the legend saying that the town was founded by a certain Lady Wulfrun in 985, it is the very place for tourists who want to spend New Year's Eve in Wolverhampton in 2012/ 2013.
Wolves, as it is commonly shortened by its inhabitants, owes its glamour not only to its long and intricate historical background. Tourists deciding to choose it as their New Year's Eve destination will marvel at its hosting one of the first all-weather horse-racing courses in the UK, as well as one of the oldest cycling clubs in the country with gorgeous cycling paths for eager tourists. St. Peter's Collegiate Church, Wightwick Manor or the Molineux Hotel are places well worth visiting by day, while at night visitors will not at all be disappointed by the city's busy and elegant venues, such as Wulfrun Hall or Little Civic. New Year's Eve in Wolverhampton in 2012/ 2013 will be a memorable experience.