Highbury Park, Birmingham

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Highbury Park
Highbury Park, Moor Green Lane Entrance and Pillar Box - geograph.org.uk - 1270846.jpg
Entrance
LocationMoseley, Birmingham, UK
Coordinates52°26′20″N 1°54′05″W / 52.43889°N 1.90139°W / 52.43889; -1.90139Coordinates: 52°26′20″N 1°54′05″W / 52.43889°N 1.90139°W / 52.43889; -1.90139
Created1930
Operated byBirmingham City Council

Highbury Park is a public park located in Moseley, Birmingham, UK. The estate of Highbury Hall, the former residence of Joseph Chamberlain, stands on the park's northern edge.

Before his death in 1914, he bequeathed the park to the people of Birmingham. The park finally opened to the public in 1930.

Rangers are also available to host events and activities in the park. A picnic area also lies in the park.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Highbury Park". Birmingham.gov. Retrieved 12 September 2018.

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