1 review of Sutton Park Visitor Centre in English
A nice round wooden lodge, in keeping with the woody surrounds, the Visitor Centre has displays and exhibitions based on nature conservation, information on nature trails, guided walks and events related to Sutton Park.
(These activities are organised by the Sutton Park Rangers who are part of the Birmingham Parks Ranger Service. In addition, the Rangers offer a range of curriculum based activities for schools.)
There are also nice and tastefully made nature related goodies to be bought (a few neat stocking fillers maybe, for various ages?). Park maps are provided free, but if you feel generous, spend a £1 on a Park guide book as well.
It's nice and warm in there too, for a five minute respite from the big freeze along with handy toilet facilities (as an alternative to blundering through the undergrowth for relief, which could probably get you arrested anyway).
As you can see, the Visitor Centre is located within the Park from the Town Gate entrance (at the end of the Park Road) and is easily reached from the centre of Sutton Coldfield town with good bus and rail connections to Birmingham, Walsall and Wolverhampton.
There is a car park situated at the Visitor Centre for people with disabilities only.
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