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Malvern and Brueton Park, Solihull

(4.7/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
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  • There is a playground for the kids, and little wooded areas which they love running through. There is an arboretum for garden lovers and there is a wildfoul sactuary on the pond. 
  • Free Parking (up to 3 hrs) Feed the ducks. Spot the wild birds & squirrels. Have tea & cake (or meals) at the restaurant. What's not to like? We take our very young Grandkids there & judging by the ma...  more »
  • These 2 parks run into one another and have lots of space for children to run around as well as some lovely lakes. Possibly too many Canada Geese messing up the ground but you can escape these at the ...  more »
  • Our family loves these parks. They're great for spending the day with the family. My daughter loves the playground. There are many great paths and trails for hiking, and the nature Centre is great. We typically walk to the nature centre, feed the ducks and geese, rather at the Dragonfly Cafe, which has lovely food, take a walk inside the nature Centre, and then hike along one of the longer beautiful trails. It always makes for a wonderful day.
  • Lovely park. Ideal for families looking to give The kids and run around! Ideal for picnics, walks and fitness. Great, open atmosphere and a good feeling of safety through its popularity. Not just a local park, a place people will travel to get to from other surrounding areas. Free car parking although it is limited to 3 hours with no option to pay or extend the time. If you stay longer you'd have to find parking elsewhere
  • Clean and calm. A good time out and not far from touchwood if you need a place to eat. Gets full of 6th formers at their lunch and leaving times but they leave quickly.
  • Lovely green space in the heart of Solihull. Park run on Saturday mornings us a nice flat 3 laps
  • Love this park. Gets a bit busy during peak times and the parking attendant is on the ball loves handiwork tickets