Bournville Heritage Open Day

    Saturday 11th September
          from 10am-4pm.

 

 

 

Visit George Cadbury’s famous garden village as 11 historic venues open for FREE as part of Heritage Open Days.

Enjoy tours, exhibitions, activities and family fun and experience the stunning architecture and design of this very special community.

Saturday 11th September 2021
historic venues open for FREE

 

                     

 

 

Selly Manor Museum - A Tudor manor and medieval hall rebuilt by the Cadbury family.

The Rest House - Built in 1914 and now home to the Carillon Visitor Centre.

The Carillon - Hear the Carilloneur play during the day and follow a live link from the Rest House.

Quaker Meeting House - Built in 1905, a Y-shaped building designed by W.A. Harvey.

St Francis Church - Early Christian basilica style church, consecrated in 1925.

The Bournville Experience - An interactive visitor experience on the Cadbury World site (9.30am – 11am only).

Fircroft College of Adult Education - Six acres of gardens at George Cadbury Junior’s former home.

Bournville Model Boat Club - Founded in the early 1900's– come along and see these splendid boats sailing.

Rowheath Pavilion - Built in 1924 as a sports and social centre for Cadbury factory workers.

Bournville Village Primary School - See the stunning school including the central hall decorated with frescoes (10am – 3pm only).

NEW FOR 2021!

Manor Farm Park Heritage Trail - A self-guided 2km trail linking 10 sites at the park and tracing the changes through history.

Weoley Hill Centenary - One of the Bournville estates original garden villages. Join us for our centenary photographic exhibition at the United Reformed Church.

For further information and a map of the locations see website. Also on FaceBook.


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