Selly Manor in Bournville is the perfect romantic wedding venue for a small and intimate civil ceremony. From start to finish the beautiful 15thcentury timber framed building has everything you need for a dream ceremony. Ceremonies are held in the medieval cruck framed hall, Minworth Greaves, which has ancient oak beams and flagstone floor. The hall can seat 40 guests, with the bride and groom sat in front of a 400 year old oak table.
With its connections to the Cadbury family, Selly Manor has character and a rich history and is the perfect setting for a truly memorable day. The manor is in the heart of the historic village of Bournville, which was built by chocolate manufacturers, George and Richard Cadbury.
The museum gardens are a wonderful backdrop setting for your photographs, with its fruit trees, traditional cottage garden borders and wildflowers.
We have been hosting weddings for over 15 years and our experienced museum staff will be on hand throughout your ceremony. We will work closely with you to ensure that nothing is forgotten and that everything runs smoothly on the day.