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When you’ve finished exploring Selly Manor Museum, don’t end your visit to Bournville there. The beautiful village, founded by world famous chocolate makers George and Richard Cadbury, has plenty of other sites discover.
The Bournville Village Heritage Trail
This free, self-guided trail takes you on a tour of some of the village’s most historic buildings. It starts at Selly Manor Museum, where you can pick up a copy of the trail map to follow or download your own copy here Bournville Village Heritage Trail.
Cadbury World, Linden Road, Bournville, B30 1JR
One of the UK's most popular family attractions, Cadbury World explores chocolate’s history and the origins and story of the Cadbury business. Tickets must be pre-booked before coming to Cadbury World to guarantee entry. You can receive 30% off entry to Cadbury World when you visit Selly Manor Museum first on the same day, Tuesday to Friday during term time. For full terms and conditions, please visit Cadbury World
Cadbury World ticket holders have a 20% discount to Selly Manor on production of their Cadbury World ticket.
Bournville Carillon, Linden Road, Bournville, B30 1JY
With 48 bells, Bournville Carillon ranks as one of the finest and largest instruments of its kind in Great Britain. George Cadbury specially commissioned it in 1906 after a visit to Bruges, Belgium. Tours of the Carillon take place on Saturdays at 12 noon and 3pm and are free of charge, but donations are invited. Tours start from the Rest House (the Carillon’s visitor centre) on Bournville village green and booking in advanced is advised. To book, please call 07986 552770 or email [email protected]
Bournville village green shops
There are a range of shops on Bournville village green. These include a bakery, florist, boutique, hairdressers, wool shop and butchers.