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All reviews solihull town centre tennis courts nature reserve cycle path duck pond children's play area water birds every saturday life centre nature area feed the ducks dog walking flower beds grandchildren love lovely walk all ages large area
Very enjoyable Sunday out with my Family, nice walks, played tennis, cycled as well. Loads of space for pic-nics, a lake with birds...obviously! Also a bar service where you can find some good things to eat as well. Good discover.
I regularly take a stroll through and around Brueton Park and occasionally on into Malvern Park.
Pleasant semi-formal Park with an adjacent wild area left to nature.
Also includes a formal nature centre serving refreshments
What a lovely place to stroll on a sunny spring day, enjoying the beautiful flowers in Malvern Park and the huge variety of trees in Brueton Park all coming into leaf and blossom. Nice lake with loads of ducks and a great little café at...More
Should you choose to use the entrance closest to the M42 Junction, you'll be able to park free for up to 3 hrs (2m height restriction). You could simply walk around the lake (tarmac so suitable for pushchairs, wheelchairs etc), walk / cycle to Solihull...More
My wife and I love taking our 2 year old to Brueton Park and visiting the cafe. Pleasant, friendly staff. Good choice of snacks and meals. Lovely coffee. What’s not to like. Oh and huge windows to look out at Mother Nature.
Have used this park for decades firstly with Children and in later years with dogs, the little Nature reserve cafe is a must for a warming cuppa on a cold day or something refreshing in the summer.
whilst the cycle path serves a purpose it...More