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Moseley Hall Ice House

Moseley Ice Houseplan of the ice house

18th century icehouse, sited beside the pool from which ice would have been collected, in Moseley Park. This was part of the estate of Moseley Hall, landscaped by Humphry Repton. Said to be the best-preserved icehouse in Birmingham, now restored by the Moseley Society.


pictured right: plan of the icehouse

below: inside the Icehouse


inside the Moseley icehouse

Detailed Information



Moseley Park,
entrance between 93a and 95 Alcester Road,
B13 8DD.

Tel/Fax: 0121 449 2133.

Contact Person(s): Fiona Adams, secretary, The Moseley Society.

Moseley Society Website

Moseley Park Website

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  • Free, the Park gate being opened for visitors during advertised opening times.

Opening Hours

  •  The Moseley Hall Icehouse in Moseley Park is closed until further notice


  • Free information leaflet.

Disabled Visitors

  • No facilities, and access is through the Park.

How to get there:

  • Bus: No.50 stops near the entrance. No.35 and No.1 also stop in Moseley village.
  • Car/coach: Entrance is on A435 Alcester Road in Moseley Village. The approach is on foot, using the entrance to the Moseley Park between 93a Alcester Road (Thistle Estates) and 95 (Dixon's Estate Agents).


  • Cars+Coaches: Moseley Village Car Park, entrance opposite the Post Office, or on-street parking.

Average Length of Visit

  • 30-45 minutes, including walk through the Park to the Icehouse.