Moseley bucket list: 11 things to do in Birmingham’s cosmopolitan neighbourhood

Whether you are a visitor or a resident, there is much to explore in Moseley - the cosmopolitan village in the heart of Birmingham

Moseley is a popular cosmopolitan suburb to the south of Birmingham that is full of a number of leisure venues and great residential options as well.

It was once home to the Moseley School of Art which trained a wealth of well known stars including Ali Campbell from UB40, Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac and Roy Wood - the singer and songweriter from Wizzard.

And today its cultural legacy has carried on with many amazing festivals including Moseley Folk & Arts Festival and Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul - along with some fabulous markets.

There are some spots of natural beauty in Moseley too - and these have inspired the likes of JRR Tolkien who lived in Birmingham and went on to create his epic Lord of the Rings adventures with the landscape in mind.

Moseley Village is renowned for its bars and restaurants as well. It’s a great night out if you don’t fancy trekking into the city centre. Whether you are a visitor or a resident, there is much to explore.

Here are 11 things to do in Moseley:

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