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Browsing category: Bluebell walks

Want to see Bluebells in Birmingham?   Check out our top picks of the some of the best places to go:

Moseley Bog

This nature reserve is packed with plants, wildlife, old gnarled trees and stunning displays of bluebells each spring.

Where? Yardley Wood Road, Moseley, B13 9JX

Winterbourne House and Gardens

This is a lovely haven near to the city centre where you can enjoy bluebells.

Admission fees apply.

Where? Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, B15 2RT

Dorridge Wood and Park

A beautiful old woodland with a good play area for kids too.

Where? Grange Road, Dorridge, near Solihull, B93 8LJ

Lickey Hills Country Park

In the spring the whole area around the Lickey Hills wood is covered by a beautiful carpet of bluebells. 

There’s a children’s adventure playground and free table-tennis table.

Where? Warren Lane, Lickey, Cofton Hackett, B45 8ER

Kingfisher Country Park and Yorks Wood

Yorks Wood in Kingshurst is an 11-hectare woodland and in spring the woodland floor is a carpet of bluebells.

Neighbouring Kingfisher Country Park has a large variety of wildlife.

Where? Kendrick Avenue, Shard End, B34 7SA and Yorks Wood Drive, Kingshurst, B37 6DL

Hill Hook Nature Reserve

A beautiful nature reserve with a range of habitats including grassland, scrub and dry woodland to open water and marsh.  Lots of bluebells in the spring.

Where?  3 Netherstone Grove, Sutton Coldfield B74 4DT

Jones's Wood

A beautiful area of woods in the middle of Walmley packed full of bluebells.

Where? Jones Wood Cl, Sutton Coldfield B76 1GT

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