As historical landmarks across the country throw open their doors to the public from today, we continue our behind-the-scenes look at some of Wolverhampton's hidden treasures.
Today we speak with councillor Milkinder Jaspal, the Mayor of Wolverhampton, who discusses some fascinating facts about the city at his Parlour in the Civic Centre.
Boasting some of the best views of the city from its balcony garden, the Mayor's Parlour will be opening its doors on Saturday for the public to look around.
As part of Heritage Open Day, which sees venues that do not usually open to the public or charge to let people in welcome people for free, the council is offering an exclusive morning with the Mayor and the Mayor’s Consort of the City of Wolverhampton.
The ceremonial robes will be on display as well as the letters patent from when Wolverhampton was declared a city and old visitors books with signatures from monarchs and royalty.
Running all this week on Expressandstar.com, the Hidden Wolverhampton series has already taken in historical venues including the Barnhurst Sewage Works, the Wolverhampton Archives and the Light House.
The last stop arrives at the home of the stars with the best seat in town - Wolverhampton's Grand Theatre. Log on tomorrow to see the video.