Parks & Recreation

  • Birmingham Botanical Gardens — Stroll through 15 acres of meticulously cultivated plants in this Victorian public park. Be sure to stop inside four glasshouses filled with plants hailing from tropical rainforests, arid deserts, the Mediterranean, and more. +44 121 454 1860
  • Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park — This conservation-minded sanctuary is home to meerkats, otters, wallabies, red pandas, and more. +44 121 472 7775
  • Blakesley Hall — Visit this 16th-century, timber-framed Tudor manor. It is one of the last of its kind. +44 121 348 8120
  • Dudley Zoological Gardens — Admire more than 200 different animal species in this zoo, featuring wildlife such as giraffes, camels, bears, and capybaras. The zoo is located on the grounds of the ruins of the 11th-century Dudley Castle. +44 844 474 2272
  • Lickey Hills Country Park — Discover the countryside at this charming, 524-acre park southwest of Birmingham. Enjoy leisurely strolls on foot, horseback, or bicycle. +44 121 447 7106
  • Malvern & Brueton Park — Established by the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, this local nature reserve is home to a lake, playground, tennis courts, mature woods, and an interpretive nature centre. +44 121 704 8000
  • Sutton Park — Escape the hustle and bustle of city life at this idyllic urban park, an ideal spot to go walking, jogging, or rollerblading. +44 121 355 6370
  • Twycross Zoo — Since 1963, Twycross Zoo has welcomed visitors to admire its wildlife habitats, including one of the largest collections of monkeys and apes in the Western world. +44 844 474 1777

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