Cadbury World tells the story of the discovery of the cocoa bean, the arrival of chocolate in Europe,
the history of the Cadbury brand, the Quaker ethics of the Cadbury family and how Bournville garden village came to be built.
The tour includes chocolate making demonstrations, rides and games to play. Admission by timed ticket, booking recommended.
Tel. 0121 393 6004.
Open Feb-Nov, Daily 1000-1500 (later at weekends and school holidays). Last admission 1½ hours before closing.
Selly Manor dates from medieval times and was once a prosperous house, it declined from 1695 and was devided
into three dwellings. Gradually falling into disuse it was rescued by George Cadbury, founder of Bournville, who moved it from nearby
Selly Oaks to his new Bournville garden village where it stands today. The cruck-framed hall, Minworth Greaves, from Sutton Coldfield
was rescued and rebuilt alongside by Laurence Cadbury, George's son. Events programme. Tel. 0121 472 0199.
Open M-F (Daily Jun-Aug) 1000-1700.