Halesowen is a market town with great access to both Birmingham and the Black Country. If you’re planning a trip to Halesowen here’s some inspiration to help you make the most of your visit. Scroll down to learn more and visit our plan your journey page to find out how to get there.
Based in Halesowen town centre this community venue is available for private hire and functions but regularly hosts great live entertainment and events. Visit the borough halls website to see what’s on locally.
Visit the Cornbow Hall website.
The Leasowes is both a historic landscape and a nature reserve. Its importance comes from the variety of habitats that include woodland, grasslands, ponds and streams, all attracting lots of natural wildlife. It’s a great spot for exploring with the family and getting back to nature.
Visit the Leasowes website.
The Cornbow centre is the hub of Halesowen with easy access for everyone as it is opposite the main bus terminal in the town centre. A mix of independent and national stores make this a great place to stop for a quick shop and visit the large ASDA store for all your essentials.
Visit the Cornbow Centre website.
Halesowen Leisure Centre
Halesowen leisure centre is at the top of the high street and has many great facilities including two swimming pools (a main and a learner), dance studios, Lifestyles gym, squash courts and function rooms.
Visit the Halesowen Leisure Centre website.
Teamworks in Halesowen has an exciting two-level race track that includes challenging corners and a darkened tunnel as well as conference facilities and party rooms. Drivers need to be a minimum of 8 years old.
Visit the Teamworks Karting website.
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