Moseley Hall Icehouse in Moseley Park & Pool
The icehouse was originally built for the benefit of the wealthy owners of Moseley Hall. Sited in Moseley Park, an oasis of calm usually only open to keyholders.
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. The C18th icehouse is in excellent condition. 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, enjoy the peaceful oasis and explore the different habitats in all corners of the park.
Set back from Alcester Road, the entrance to the park is between Moseley Hive & Dixon’s Estate Agents – and opposite the Coop. Moseley is served by the 50, 35 and 1 bus services.
You can also visit Moseley Hall dovecote garden at the same time and learn more about the estate of John Taylor.
Please come in footwear suitable for a country walk – the paths can be rough. Most parts are fully accessible with care.
Organised by The Moseley Society
Date & Time
Sat 16 Sept | 11am–1pm
Sun 17 Sept | 2pm–5pm
93A/95 Alcester Road, Moseley, B13 8DD
Booking not required
Most parts are fully accessible with care