Moseley Park and Pool
Enjoy one of Moseley’s hidden treasures, an oasis of calm and haven for wildlife. Bring a picnic and be ready to explore and identify the trees, plants and creatures you will find.
Moseley Park is hidden behind the shops in Moseley Village. Saved from development in 1898 by some original Nimbys, it has ever since provided a green lung for the area. Previously owned by the family of John Taylor of Bordesley, the large pool at Moseley Park was created to a design by Humphry Repton. It is shown in the 1792 Red Book produced for John Taylor II of Moseley Hall. Walk round the pool (with the one-way system introduced to assist social distancing), enjoy the peaceful oasis and explore the different habitats in all corners of the park.
You can also visit Moseley Hall dovecote and garden at the same time and learn more about the estate of John Taylor.
Covid-19: This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival. Please enter from Alcester Road, follow the anti-clockwise one-way system around the pool, keep with your group and keep at least 2m distance from other visitors.
Date & Time
Sun 20 Sept | 2pm–5pm
93A/95 Alcester Road, Moseley, B13 8DD Set back from Alcester Road, the entrance to the park is between Pizza Express and Dixon’s Estate Agents – and opposite the Coop.
Booking not required
Footwear suitable for a country walk – the paths can be rough. Most parts are fully accessible with care.