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Mary Stevens Park is a public park located in Norton, Stourbridge, West Midlands, UK. Opened to the public in 1931, it attracts 1.3 million visitors per year and is approximately 13.65 hectares (33.7 acres).By using our Stourbridge day trip planning site, you can arrange your visit to Mary Stevens Park and other attractions in Stourbridge.
It was given to the town of Stourbridge by local industrialist and philanthropist Ernest Stevens, in honour of his wife Mary.
Landscape features include a pond called Heath Pool which was a former mill pond and a mixture of open spaces and woodland.
The park has a number of architectural features including the War Memorial and the Main Entrance gates which are both Grade II listed. It also has the Park Keeper's cottage, Council House, a bandstand and a café in the tea gardens.
Sports and exercise facilities include tennis courts, multi-use games area, Crown green bowls and croquet, an outdoor gym, Healthy Hub Activity Centre as well as a children's playground and water play feature.
Mary Stevens Park reviews
Lovely little park, my child loves running around and it’s great to have a nice little walk. The play area is also wheelchair accessible for anyone looking in need of that service. Amazing little...
Lovely little park, my child loves running around and it’s great to have a nice little walk. The play area is also wheelchair accessible for anyone looking in need of that service. Amazing little... more »
Really clean, beautiful, big park. Perfect place for walking dogs (or just seeing them if you don’t have one yourself!). Always a lovely atmosphere, can be a bit busy in school holidays or weekends.
Really clean, beautiful, big park. Perfect place for walking dogs (or just seeing them if you don’t have one yourself!). Always a lovely atmosphere, can be a bit busy in school holidays or weekends. more »
Great fun for the kids! Even enough space to ride a bike. There's also a lake that's full of Ducks and Geese too. There is a proper path all the way around the lake. Good for when the kids need to calm down a bit.
Great for the kids. Lots to do. Has it's own place for food and drinks. Plenty of outside seating for the good weather.
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