Kings Heath

Kings Heath is a bustling place which offers great shopping and a cosmopolitan cafe and restaurant culture as well as boasting some of the city’s most cutting edge music venues.


Kings Heath high street is jam packed with all the big name brands and a number of supermarkets and all the amenities you need for convenience. Situated just off the high street you will discover a range of independent retailers offering a diverse mix of interiors, fashions, health food, beauty, delicatessens and flowers.

Whether it’s a tailor made suit, unique fashions, vintage gems or a gift you are looking for, you can find them all in Kings Heath.

Kings Heath also has a farmers market on the first Saturday of every month, which gives residents and visitors the opportunity to buy fresh and seasonal from local producers.

Sports and leisure

Fancy pampering yourself? Why not indulge in a manicure or have your hair done? There are various opportunities for doing so dotted around Kings Heath.  If it’s a stroll in the park you prefer, Kings Heath has easy access to two beautiful parks, one of which is world famous for its school of horticulture and immaculate bowling green.

Sporting opportunities are abundant in Kings Heath within one of its many clubs or leisure centres or gyms.  Looking for something for something for the kids on a rainy day? What not try one of our dedicated play centres?

Eating & drinking

If you’re looking for a caffeine hit to keep you going, Kings Heath has a range of independent cafés with personality, healthy and authentic foods and Wi-Fi access. The cafés in Kings Heath are very family friendly and many include special play areas for children.

There are a growing range of bistros and restaurants to try with friends and family. Contemporary Indian cuisine restaurants sit alongside authentic Thai, tapas, great British food and French food in a casual but chic environment.

Kings Heath also has a number of much loved public houses and great music venues, including the famous Hare and Hounds, renowned for its live music.


Kings Heath is located on the A435 approximately 4 miles from Birmingham City Centre and just 1 mile from Moseley Village and Bournville. It is well served by public transport and is on one of the busiest bus routes in the UK.

By Bus

Shoppers from surrounding areas as well as further afield are well served by bus services including: 11 Outer Circle, 27, 35, 50, 76 and X50.

By Car

Pay and Display parking can be found on Silver Street and at the Parade, High Street. Most of the larger supermarkets offer free time-limited parking and surrounding streets provide on street parking.

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