Moseley Park & Pool is a registered Charitable Trust and a hidden gem located in the heart of Moseley between the Alcester Road, Chantry Road, and Salisbury Road.
Moseley Park is unique as it’s been unaltered for a 100 years and it’s not ‘institutional’ like many public parks can be. The park consists of 11 acres of peaceful parkland, a beautiful lake packed with fish, and surrounded by trees. Many kinds of birdlife – especially ducks & waders, who have a secure nesting area to hatch their chicks each year – use the lake. It’s a park out of time – some parts of it, such as the Ice House, go back 200 years – a remnant of the Moseley Hall’s parkland estate that was designed by, Humphry Repton (1752-1818), the last great English landscape designer of the 18th Century.
The Park is a venue for many special events through the year including the Moseley Folk Festival Specialist activities within the park include the Moseley Park Angling Club, as well as the Chantry Tennis Club which has four courts in regular use.
Moseley Park is a community Park. It is free for anyone to visit.
Anyone who wishes to visit the Park for the day can obtain an electronic key fob
from Moseley Travel. A £10 deposit is required which is refunded when the key is returned.