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Sheldon Country Park

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Sheldon Country Park

214 Reviews
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Old Rectory Farm Ragley Drive Ragley Drive, Sheldon, Birmingham B26 3TU England
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From Canals and Victorians to Todays City 13:30 - 15:15
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From Canals and Victorians to Todays City 13:30 - 15:15
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Appreciating Birmingham’s unique architectural heritage can be tricky on a self-led excursion. Explore Birmingham’s canals and landmarks on a walking tour, and discover the Georgian, Victorian, and modern influences on the cityscape. Gain intimate insight into Brindleyplace, Broad Street, and beyond as you explore with your live guide or audio guide, and gain a comprehensive overview of the history and heritage of the English industrial city.
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I have visited the farm twice in the last month, and must tell you I'm extremely impressed with the lovely condition of the animals and their living arrangements. I can't believe it is all free. Amazing afternoon out for local residents. I think it's a wonderful facility and
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Love taking the dog for a long, long walk here. Most people you meet are friendly, good paths, nice little small farm although can’t take dog. Understandable. Nice family friendly place to go.
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We take one of our younger grandchildren to the park on regular occasions and find that it has lots for the children to see and do,there is a childrens play area which is secure and a farm where the children can see all types of farmyard animals who are well looked after by
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Accessing the park from nearby Marston Green railway station the park appears to have been a golf couse at some time however landing aircraft on runway 15 are very low. Taking off on runway 33 you need ear defenders. A sight to see which wil have you visiting many times.
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We love it here and I quite often bring my young daughter as it's free and a lovely day out. Only issue last time we came was when we went into the cafe for a coffee and my daughter had a little chocolate bunny I was asked if my coffee was to take awayanf I said no as it was a
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