We've found 7 dog friendly attractions in the West Midlands.
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RSPB Sandwell Valley Nature Reserve20 Tanhouse Avenue, Great Barr B43 5AG
T: 0121 3577395
www: RSPB Sandwell Valley Nature Reserve
An oasis for birds, less than 5 miles from the centre of Birmingham. There is a lake, guided walks and a visitor centre.
Dogs are allowed anywhere. They must be kept on a lead.
Selly Manor Museum GardenMaple Road, Bournville B30 2AE
T: 0121 4720199
www: Selly Manor Museum Garden
Timber framed manor houses with a recreated Tudor kitchen garden.
Dogs are welcome in the garden. Only guide dogs may enter the houses.
Castle Bromwich Hall GardensChester Road, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham B36 9BT
T: 0121 7494100
www: Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens
10 acres of 17th-century formal walled gardens. A holly maze has been added to the garden.
Dogs are welcome in the garden on a short lead.
Himley Hall ParkHimley, Dudley DY3 4DF
T: 01902 326665
www: Himley Hall Park
Extensive parkland with a lake and woodland walks.
Dogs are welcome in the park but not the hall.
Lickey Hills Country ParkWarren Lane, Rednal, Birmingham B45 8ER
T: 0121 4477106
www: Lickey Hills Country Park
524 acre country park with woodlands and a visitor centre.
Sheldon Country ParkOld Rectory Farm, Ragley Drive, Church Road, Sheldon B26 3TU
T: 0121 7420226
www: Sheldon Country Park
300 acre country park with wetlands, grasslands, mature woodland and an urban farm that has a variety of animals. There is a children's playground, picnic areas and a café.
Dogs allowed on a lead.
Moseley Old HallMoseley Old Hall Lane, Fordhouses, Wolverhampton WV10 7HY
T: 01902 782808
www: Moseley Old Hall
King Charles II hid at Moseley Old Hall following his defeat at the battle of Worcester. There is an impressive knot garden.
Dogs welcome on leads in the garden and grounds.