Halesowen in United Kingdom (UK), from Europe region, is best know for Game & Entertainment Centers. Discover best things to do in Halesowen with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Halesowen
4.5 based on 186 reviews
Teamworks Karting Halesowen is now open, on the site of the old Wheelspin Karting, featuring brand new karts and management. Exciting circuit features "Monaco"-style tunnel and figure-of-eight bridge/flyover.
My son really enjoyed the driving experience. Staff were really friendly, good facilities available, he thoroughly enjoyed the time he spent there
4.5 based on 147 reviews
The walking was very enjoyable as always at Clent Hills. This time our walk was misty, not such great views a shame as usually you can see for miles. An autumn walk with a very attractive display of leaf colour. It was an unusually warm day for this time of the year. Sunday morning and not that many people around it never really gets that busy. There is good mobile reception over the hills. The walk took one and a quarter hours in a big loop.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
We live locally but decide to visit for the first time to this fair at the House. Because of the number of visitors car park was impossibly small. Had to park at the leisure centre and walk - ok for us going up a steep...MoreGlad you enjoyed your first visit - There are loads of great events throughout the year so do look out for what else is on. Christmas is a particularly fabulous time!
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Warley Woods is a 40 hectare (100 acre) community park; a mix of woodland, open meadow and a golf course. As a result of its historic plan, designed by Humphry Repton. Although a little more than 3 miles from the centre of Birmingham, Warley Woods is in Smethwick in the borough of Sandwell. Warley Woods is a registered charity and is committed to the long term improvement, maintenance and management of the park. A third of the park is woodland, mostly native species such as oak and beech. The Pavilion is located on the entrance off Lightwoods Hill and is home to the Trust's shop, office, public toilets, and the cafe.
Great for taking children, dogs or going with friends and family! A large open space with a park and golf course.
5 based on 171 reviews
We came here as part of a birthday present for one of our party, one of pur group was a participant and another an observer. This allowed you to get close to the birds, especially good for taking photographs. However, other people around the display area would have also had a good view. Our guide, Annie, was very knowledgeable and she also had a great sense of humour. All the birds are captive bread and the staff obviously care for them very much. Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Covering 26 acres of former industrial land, Black Country Living Museum is uniquely placed to tell the story of the creation of the world’s first industrial landscape. Over fifty authentic shops, houses and workshops have been carefully reconstructed to preserve the character of the region when its manufacturers bought worldwide fame to Black Country Towns. Take a trip on the tram to explore the canal-side village, where you can meet and chat to the costumed characters. Explore the underground mine and experience the authentic sights, sounds, smells and tastes from the past.
An amazing day out for all the family. Full of Black Country heritage. Canal trips and a trip down the mines are a must do her. Can also get a ride in the old vintage bus. Perfect traditional chippy and sweet shop and of course the pub. Highly recommend
4.5 based on 65 reviews
4.5 based on 216 reviews
This is a great place for all ages to enjoy a day out. Plenty of green spaces, an amazing children's play area, nice size lake with lots of fishes and all sorts of birds, swans, ducks and geese. Park has a tea house where you can have a drink but also get some free birds food! Its great for dog walk and its never too crowded. You can also enjoy delicious ice cream from a regular Ice cream van. There is also a beautiful monument telling an important history. I love this place.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
It's not on the Michelin Starred list. It is a working micro brewery with a little drinking area which doubles as the working brewery . A great selection of own brewed beers . It's not for those who are expecting a fine dining,drinking establishment. Great drinking house.
4 based on 94 reviews
After a new refurb and under new family run management, we aim to provide a warm friendly atmosphere, serving cask ales,a wide range of spirits, wines and lagers and fresh homecooked food served daily.
This was a birthday treat and I was supper hungry, so was my friend too. The food was perfect with happy staff. It was on a Saturday evening so was a little wait for our order. But the wait was worth it. We could of eaten our food again as it was yummy. See you all at the Loyal Lodge very soon !! :)
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