Parks and Gardens: Suburbs (South Birmingham)
Cannon Hill Park
2 Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham. B13 8RD
Cannon Hill Park was designed by Mr T J Gibson, who also designed Battersea Park in London. It was opened to visitors in 1873 and is made up of 80 acres of formal parkland and 120 acres of conservation and woodland plantation. A Grade II listed Bandstand forms part of the original park layout, set in a natural amphitheatre.
There are two children’s play areas, a mini-golf course and a children's mini fun-fair which operates at weekends, weather permitting. There's also a land-train for park tours and pedalo boats operate on the lake during the Summer season.
Located near to the Russell Road car park is the Garden Tea Rooms. Hot and cold drinks and a selection of hot and cold snacks are available.
Free Entry, Light Refreshments Available, Picnic Area.
No easily accessible wifi. Smoking allowed.
Open daily from dawn to dusk. Free admission.
Advance booking is not required.
Located south of the city centre in Moseley. Pedestrians and vehicles can access the park from Russell Road, Edgbaston Road and Pershore Road. There is a large car park off Edgbaston Road opposite the Warwickshire Cricket Ground.
Bus services 45 and 47 operate from Birmingham Carrs Lane to Longbridge/Rednal via Pershore Road. Alight at Priory Road which is a short walk away.
Limited onsite parking available - payment required.
Cannon Hill Park, 2 Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham. B13 8RD
Last Updated Monday 2 March 2020
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