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I visit the Arboretum twice each week to meet up with the Voices Entwined choir at the cafe/visitor centre & the staff are really nice & helpful. I park outside & walk through passed the lake & amusing wildlife. It's all very relaxing, even in...More
Excellent food and good service given here .... we had a 3 year old with us...who was given a balloon and colouring things which kept her content till the food arrived but we were let down by our food coming out quite a while before...More
It is an extensive area which is well kept and with lots to see. It is well laid out and well looked after. There is an enclosed children`s play area which is good, and monitored by an attendant, and a vast open area in the...More
This is a beautiful haven that, to me, is the flagship location of Walsall. It is a serene spot & has beautiful, varied scenery. It is great for walks, runs, games, picnics, reading & many other activities. It has a large lake, big green areas,...More
Recently decided that this would be a good place to take our young grandchildren to cool off in the water play area they have and found out what a great park this is and what a valuable asset it is to the people of Walsall....More
My Husband and I had a day out recently at Walsall Arboretum and although the weather wasn't altogether fine we had a lovely day. We actually went for the open air concert by The Black Country Beatles which we really enjoyed. They performed in the...More
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You can either get the train from Birmingham New Street or the bus, the X51 is the quickest and you can get on it from the stand on Bull Street. Once in Walsall you can walk from the bus station/train station. If you get the... More
You can either get the train from Birmingham New Street or the bus, the X51 is the quickest and you can get on it from the stand on Bull Street. Once in Walsall you can walk from the bus station/train station. If you get the bus, head back along the road towards the Co op shop and follow it around. This is Bridge Street. At the Traffic lights outside St Matthews Hall Wetherspoons, go straight across onto Lichfield Street and keep heading straight. You will go past Morrisons supermarket, on your right. At the large multi sectional crossroads you will see the Arboretum in front of you. This entrance is the lake entrance.