Moseley Village has a strong identity as a creative place. It combines history with successful independent businesses to make it a much desired place to visit.
If you want an individual shopping experience, set amongst beautiful architecture, try Moseley. Situated conveniently for public transport and by car, the area boasts over 100 retailers. The area has a mix of shops, from art galleries to patisseries, a high-end ethical clothing ‘recycler’ and specialist whole food shops.
Moseley also hosts one of the best known farmers markets in the city, every fourth Saturday of the month. The Market has won numerous awards, including the best national market in 2012.
Sports and leisure
Moseley has a number of community groups that deliver a range of activities including yoga, live music and horticulture. Activities take place in a variety of venues, from the Moseley Exchange, Moseley Dance Workshop, Church halls, pubs and bars.
If you are visiting for a longer period of time why not consider joining the stunning Moseley Park and Pool allowing you exclusive access around the historic grounds of one of the best kept secrets in Birmingham!
Don’t miss the nearby Moseley Bog and Sarehole Mill, which are part of the Tolkien Trail, both having inspired the writer to create Lord of the Rings.
Eating & drinking
You will be spoilt for choice as to where to dine! Be it a brief stop for a quick coffee refill, a late lunch, or a long leisurely meal, you can take your pick of the many restaurants, cafés, patisseries and pubs. You will find a varied menu of high class British, Italian, Indian, Thai or Spanish tapas dishes.
The night-time economy in Moseley is bustling. A choice place for young professionals, the Village hosts a number of public houses, many of which are independent and offer something a bit different. There are dozens of good places to eat with a multitude of menus to suit varying tastes.
Moseley is located on the A435 approximately 4 miles South from Birmingham City Centre. It is well served by public transport.
Shoppers from surrounding areas are well served by the very frequent 35, 1 and 50 bus routes.
Many Moseley residents choose cycling as a means of getting around the local area. The Village also is one of many designated cycle routes within Birmingham, with one connecting to the University of Birmingham.
Pay and Display parking can be found just off the Alcester Road within the village. There is also on street parking in and around the village. To plan your trip by public transport visit www.travelinemidlands.co.uk
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