Sports and Leisure

Cannon Hill Park

This Victorian Park has a ‘green flag’ status and enjoys a beautiful selection of flower beds and trees. It is a popular venue for families with its selection of picnic areas, tennis courts, bowling and putting greens, boating lake and childrens play areas. Refreshments are available at the Garden Tea Rooms or the café bar within the Midlands Arts Centre which is sited within the park. There are walkways and cycle routes alongside the River Rea and the conservation area within the park includes a 5 acre woodland known as the 'RSPB Centenary Plantation'.
0121 442 4226
2 Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8RA

Highbury Park

Highbury Park was formally the grounds of the adjacent Highbury Hall, where the famous Statesman Joseph Chamberlain used to live. The property is now owned by Birmingham City Council and used for functions and conferences. The grounds were landscaped at the turn of the 20th Century and include various planting schemes and a large duck pond, which is home to an abundance of wildlife. The park has various sports pitches, an old rhododendron garden and is popular with dog walkers.
0121 464 8728
Off Shutlock Lane, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B13 8NZ

Kings Heath Park

Kings Heath Park is famous as the setting of popular BBC Television programme Gardener's World and features a Victorian-styled tea room. It is the venue for the annual Gardener's Weekend Show, which is one of the top regional events for gardening enthusiasts to show off their vegetables and floral displays. The park has 'green flat' status and covers approximately 35 acres. It has two areas of play equipment, tennis courts, football pitches, a bowling green and a beautiful selection of plants and shrubs.
0121 444 2848
Vicarage Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7LZ

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