Highbury Park, Birmingham - A wonderful open space!

Highbury Park is a beautiful open green space, is home to a variety of wildlife and plant species and has the largest variety of trees of any park in Birmingham.


Where is the park?

Highbury Park is located between Moseley and Kings Heath.

View HERE on our Birmingham map.

There are entrances to the park from the top of the High Street in Kings Heath, from Shutlock Lane off Dad's Lane (leading to a car park), from Moor Green Lane in Moseley and at the gatehouse to Highbury Hall on Yew Tree Road.

Plan your journey

 

Friends of Highbury Park

This is a voluntary group dedicated to the preservation, improvement and enjoyment of the Park

Go HERE for more about Friends of Highbury Park.

 

History of the Park

Highbury Park has a rich history, containing evidence from the bronze age right through to the present day.

It was formerly the estate of Joseph Chamberlain, who lived at Highbury Hall from 1880 until his death in 1914.  It was named after the London subarb where Joseph Chamberlain grew up.  

Highbury Hall

Highbury Hall can be approached from the park via Chamberlain's Gardens (May 2020). Photography by Elliott Brown

Highbury Park was created in 1930. Joseph Chamberlain had bequeathed the park to the people of Birmingham before his death in 1914, although the park didn't open to the public until several years after his death.

The original entrance drive to Highbury Hall was from the gates on Yew Tree Road (near Moor Green Lane) built in the 1870s. A lodge was built around the same time in 1880. This is now a private residence, but you can walk past it, in and out of the park. Trees beyond here now cover where the drive used to continue to the hall.

Highbury Park Lodge

The Lodge at Highbury Park (December 2009). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Winter in Highbury Park

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Snow on the ground at Highbury Park (December 2009). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Spring in Highbury Park

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A sunny day in May at Highbury Park (May 2020). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Summer in Highbury Park

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Willow tree Highbury Park (Summer 2018). Photography by Christine Wright

 

Autumn in Highbury Park

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Frost on the grass during the autumn at Highbury Park (November 2019). Photography by Christine Wright

 

Chamberlain's Gardens

This is an on going project to restore the gardens that used to be around Highbury Hall in Joseph Chamberlain's time there. You can walk around them, and make your way to the back of Highbury Hall. Part of it was a Kitchen Garden.

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The Orchard at Highbury Park (Summer 2018). Photography by Christine Wright

 

Chamberlain's Gardens

Chamberlain's Gardens in Highbury Park (May 2020). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

"Old Joe" as seen from Highbury Park

The clock tower (at the University of Birmingham), named in honour of the great statesman Joseph Chamberlain, can be viewed from his former estate.

Old Joe Highbury Park

Old Joe spotted from Highbury Park in the snow (Winter 2017/18). Photography by Christine Wright

 

Old Joe Highbury Park

Old Joe from Higbury Park (May 2020). Photography by Elliott Brown

 

Contact and further details:

www.Highburyparkfriends.org.uk

Project dates

05 Aug 2018 - On-going

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15 Aug 2018 - YourPlaceYourSpace
Introducing

Highbury Hall and Highbury Park - beautiful!

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Take the full post for a selection of wonderful photography that showcases Highbury Park and Highbury Hall, the home of  statesman and reformer Joseph Chamberlain - one of Birmingham's greats!  

We hope you enjoy this wonderful gallery of one of Birmingham's much loved green gems that borders Kings Heath and Moseley. 

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Highbury Hall and Highbury Park - beautiful!





Take the full post for a selection of wonderful photography that showcases Highbury Park and Highbury Hall, the home of  statesman and reformer Joseph Chamberlain - one of Birmingham's greats!  

We hope you enjoy this wonderful gallery of one of Birmingham's much loved green gems that borders Kings Heath and Moseley. 


Highbury Hall, Birmingham

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Photo courtesy Christine Wright

Highbury Hall is a wonderful Grade II listed building that nestles in Highbury Park. It was built in 1879 by J H Chamberlain for Joseph Chamberlain (no relation). Joseph Chamberlain lived here from 1880 until 1914.

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Photos courtesy Imran Ali Bashir

 

The Orchard at Highbury Park

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Photo courtesy Christine Wright 

 

Cycling through the Autumn leaves at Highbury Park

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Photo courtesy Christine Wright 

 

Highbury Park in the snow 

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Photos courtesy Christine Wright 

 

Canada Geese in Highbury Park

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Photo courtesy Christine Wright 

 

Highbury Park Pool

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Photo courtesy Christine Wright

 

Grasses at Highbury Park

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Photo courtesy Christine Wright 

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A sunny day in May at Highbury Park and Highbury Hall

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The first time back to Highbury Park since lockdown started (and this part of Moseley & Kings Heath). Starting from the Gatehouse near Moor Green Lane, the walk around the back during May 2020, via the gardens of Highbury Hall, before heading to the Dads Lane exit (to walk up to Kings Heath Park and back). Then taking the grass path back to the starting point.

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A sunny day in May at Highbury Park and Highbury Hall





The first time back to Highbury Park since lockdown started (and this part of Moseley & Kings Heath). Starting from the Gatehouse near Moor Green Lane, the walk around the back during May 2020, via the gardens of Highbury Hall, before heading to the Dads Lane exit (to walk up to Kings Heath Park and back). Then taking the grass path back to the starting point.


For my last Highbury Park post go to this link here: Highbury Park through the seasons and the years between Kings Heath and Moseley

Thank you Joseph Chamberlain for leaving your estate as open parkland after your death in 1914 for members of the public to enjoy. Also thanks to the Chamberlain Highbury Trust for maintaining Highbury Hall and the park, and hope they can continue to do so.

 

This visit was on Thursday 21st May 2020, in the afternoon.

Highbury Park

Starting at the Gatehouse near Moor Green Lane and Yew Tree Lane we followed the path amongst the trees into the park.

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I found an old bricked pathway surrounded by trees, so took this route. Don't recall going down here before.

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You can imagine this once being part of Joseph Chamberlain's gardens with colourful flowers, but it now just has green trees, shrubs and bushes.

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Back onto the main path heading past the Long Pond.

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Took a side path round the back of the Long Pond. Was some baby ducklings in there! How cute.

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There was a lot of long grass, especially where cow parsley was growing, but most of the lawns were cut short.

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Now on the path towards Dads Lane. But there was a lot of litter on the ground near the bin. Can people either take their litter home, or properly bin their waste? I also noticed that the car park near the Dads Lane entrance was in use.

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At the Dads Lane exit / entrance near Shutlock Lane before the walk towards Kings Heath Park. The gate was open here as the car park was open.

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After returning from Kings Heath Park, wanted to take the fastest route back to the starting point, and noticed this grass path cut amongst the long grass so took it.

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Continuing along the grass path back towards the Gatehouse. The park looks lovely this time of year.

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Highbury Hall

During the lockdown / pandemic, Highbury Hall has been closed. But Chamberlain's Gardens from Highbury Park was open, so we had a walk round to the back of the house. Saw some people sunbathing on the lawn!

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The hall looks to be in good condition here, although the hall is being restored inside at the time. The hall was built in 1878-79 for Joseph Chamberlain.

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Heading round to the left side of Highbury Hall. Got a nice shadow on this side.

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The main entrance of Highbury Hall. The car park was empty and the gate locked.

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Zoomed up to this stone with the 1879 date from when it was first built.

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But I remembered that Highbury Hall had scaffolding and didn't see any until I zoomed towards the right side of the hall.

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Some of my photos from the September 2018 Open Day are in this post: Inspirational day at Highbury Hall - well done Trustees and Volunteers of Chamberlain Highbury Trust!

Chamberlain's Gardens

Now for a look around Chamberlain's Gardens at Highbury Park & Hall. I was last around here during the September 2018 Open Day (see the Highbury Park gallery for those photos).

Head through these triangular sticks towards Highbury Hall.

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Found a bog with algae on it, and a robin (before it flew away!).

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The footbridge towards Highbury Hall.

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After a look again at the back of Highbury Hall, taking a path back into the park. This tree had fallen over. Also got to be careful with the roots of trees sticking out of some paths.

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The trees continue as there was a fence around the site of Chamberlain House.

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Children were playing with their parents in these woods near Highbury Hall.

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Trees lining the fence near Chamberlain House.

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Got to this area with yarn bombing around trees and multicoloured bunting.

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Some of these yarn bombing looked like spider webs or dartboards!

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Heading back through the Vegetable Garden then back into Highbury Park.

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If we can't get to stately homes in the Shire counties and their wonderful parks and gardens, then we can still get to the local parks that were formerly estates with a house (without going into the house of course).

 

More Birmingham park posts coming soon, so watch this space!

Expect posts from:

  • Old Yardley Park
  • The Vale Village
  • Summerfield Park
  • Daisy Farm Park
  • Cofton Park

 

 

Photos taken by Elliott Brown.

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Highbury Park through the seasons and the years between Kings Heath and Moseley

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I first started getting photos of Highbury Park near Kings Heath and Moseley 10 years ago in December 2009. First proper venture into the park when it was all covered in snow to see Highbury Hall. The park was originally the grounds of the home of Joseph Chamberlain. He gave the park to the city before his death in 1914 and the park opened to the public in 1930.

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Highbury Park through the seasons and the years between Kings Heath and Moseley





I first started getting photos of Highbury Park near Kings Heath and Moseley 10 years ago in December 2009. First proper venture into the park when it was all covered in snow to see Highbury Hall. The park was originally the grounds of the home of Joseph Chamberlain. He gave the park to the city before his death in 1914 and the park opened to the public in 1930.


Highbury Park on Wikipedia. The park is the estate of Highbury Hall which was the former home of Joseph Chamberlain. Once the Mayor of Birmingham in the late 19th Century. He was later an MP. The hall is near the north east corner of the park on Yew Tree Road in Moseley (in the Moor Green area). Before he died he bequeathed the park to the people of Birmingham. The park finally opened to the public in 1930.

The Camp Hill Line is to the south of the park. Hopefully in a few years, Kings Heath Station will be rebuilt close to where The Gym and Homebase are now at the Findlay Road Retail Park.

The main entrance of the park is on the High Street in Kings Heath, close to Queensbridge Road. If you are coming from Kings Heath Park, you can also enter Highbury Park from Dad's Lane, in an entrance on Shutlock Lane. The other entrances and exits are on Moor Green Lane, and near the gatehouse lodge close to Yew Tree Road.

From here you can then walk towards Cannon Hill Park, either down Russell Road or head down Moor Green Lane and enter on Brockley Grove onto the Holders Lane Woods.

 

OK back to Highbury Park.

 

December 2009

The first time I got photos of Highbury Park was from early December 2009 from the High Street in Kings Heath, but I did not enter the park at this time as I wasn't ready. I probably headed up Queensbridge Road at the time.

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The path down into the park. I would return a few weeks later after it had snowed.

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About 4 days before Xmas Day I headed to the park, this time for an actual walk around. Back to the High Street, Kings Heath entrance (at this point hadn't used the other entrances). A bike near the caution sign.

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The old brick wall. It would later be fully repaired years later.

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One of the ponds in the park. Totally frozen and iced over.

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The paths near Moor Green Lane and Shutlock Lane had a thin layer of snow over them. Evergreen trees behind trees that had shed their leaves.

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I think the snow was completely frozen over the paths despite all the footprints and tyre marks from bikes. This path leads back to the old wall. The gardens of Highbury Hall are to the left of here.

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Near the entrance / exit to Moor Green Lane, close to Yew Tree Road is this gatehouse / lodge. Now a private residence. Built around 1880 as part of the original approach to Highbury Hall. Part of the drive is still present. But most of the route is now covered by trees. Now the only main entrance to Highbury Hall is on Yew Tree Road.

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January 2015

The next major time I visited Highbury Park with my camera was when there was these outdoor musical instruments that people could play with (especially young kids). This one looked like a harp.

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A carved wooden bench.

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Another wooden bench. Notice that they both have flowers carved into them.

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Can you play? Can you play loud or quiet? - Dynamics. Can you play long or short notes? Duration. This is what it says on each one of these musical instruments.

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A bit closer up. Not really sure how they work.

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A wooden circle. Birmingham's very on "Stone Henge" or more like "Wood Henge" in Highbury Park.

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Stone hall in a triangular piece of stone. Again not fully sure what you are supposed to do with this, maybe say something through the hole and another person may hear you?

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August 2018

Heading down Dad's Lane towards the Shutlock Lane entrane of the park. Saw this National Express West Midlands single decker bus on the 27 bus route. It would also pass Kings Heath Park.

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Saw a Land Rover Series II in the car park.

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Mocha Moo Cafe was at The Great Big Pet Picnic. Here people could get food and drink while with their pets in this field.

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The leaves were lush and green in the middle of August 2018. And the ponds made some nice reflections and ripples.

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The pond is also known as the Fish Pond. Many birds are to be seen around here.

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Saw this heron pirched on a branches of a tree that was over the pond.

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Trees in a wood and early signs of the autumn to come.

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Almost the middle of August, and leaves were already falling off trees, and it wasn't yet September!

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Yet the leaves on the trees were still green. Apart from the leaves that had already fallen.

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August 2019

Heading round the back of the old brick wall. Now fully restored, after part of it was damaged. Signs of graffiti, but faint.

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Getting closer to the wall. Trees all full of green leaves at this point. This was near the end of August 2019.

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Here you can see evidence of the brick wall repairs. Looking as good as new.

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A grass path amongst the trees. I didn't head up this one.

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Reflections in the pond. Leaves still lush and green before autumn came.

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A Common moorhen seen in the Fish Pond. The odd leaf had fallen into the pond. And the fishes are just about visible close to the surface. At least I think they are fishes!

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Several flower beds with roses. Close to the Shutlock Lane and Moor Green Lane exit.

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After this I headed down Moor Green Lane and went into Cannon Hill Park via the Holders Lane Woods. In late summer, there is usually a fun fair on the fairground in Cannon Hill Park, which I saw on my walk towards Edgbaston Road. You can even start your three parks walk in Kings Heath Park and walk through Highbury Park and then into Cannon Hill Park. Ending up near the Cricket Ground.

 

For more of my Highbury Park photos, please check out my Flickr album here Highbury Park.

 

Photos taken by Elliott Brown.

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