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  • Selly Manor Museum is in the heart of Bournville Village and is managed by BVT.

    The Museum regularly holds events, craft fairs, exhibitions, activities, school visits, guided tours and weddings and is made up of two ancient timber-framed buildings, both of which were moved to Bournville by George Cadbury in the early 1900’s.

    Selly Manor dates back to 1474, just before Henry VII founded the Tudor dynasty, and offers visitors the chance to explore how people cooked, dressed and lived over 500 years ago.

    Minworth Greaves, possibly the oldest building in Birmingham, is a medieval hall house thought to be around 750 years old.

    Both buildings are surrounded by a beautiful Tudor garden of flowers, herbs and vegetables.

    BVT residents can visit Selly Manor Museum free of charge.

    For more information, call the Museum on 0121 667 1090, email sellymanor@bvt.org.uk or visit the Museum’s website by clicking here.

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    0300 333 6540

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