Cadbury World offers plenty for both kids and chocolate-loving adults alike. There are rides, a factory tour, ... More
Cadbury World offers plenty for both kids and chocolate-loving adults alike. There are rides, a factory tour, chocolate-making demonstrations and lots of the popular chocolates for sale at discount prices in the factory shop. You can also learn about the history of both chocolate and the Cadbury family through a series of colorful exhibitions and interactive displays. One word of warning, however: the Cadbury tour is very popular and visits should be booked in advance. Please check website or call +44 844 880 7667 before the visit.
ME AND MY MATE WENT THERE AS A TRIP AND WE THOUGHT IT WAS GOING TO BE GREAT,YOU NO VISITING A CHOCOLATE FACTORY(NOTHING LIKE CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY).
UNTIL!, WE GOT THERE AND WE THINK THIS IS MAINLY BASED FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO LEARN NOT FOR A GOOD TIME!
iT WAS 0.K BUT NOT GR8
I HAVE TO SAY IT WAS AN EXPERIENCE
THEY HAD THESES COCOA BEAN THINGS LIKE OUT OF A CARTOON (HORROR MOVIE!) DANCING AND SINGING, THIS WAS DEFINATLY NOT FOR TEENZ!
THE BEST PART WAS THE CHOCOLATE TASTING WHICH THERE WASNT MUCH OF, BUT NICE!
MAYLA AND TASHA xxxxxxxxxxxxx
I come from st johns primary school mexbrough the things we liked the most was when we saw the chocolate been mixed in a big tub and fresh milk been put in. The second best thing was the taste testing there was a small tub with melted chocolate in and just round the corner was vanilla fudge covered in chocolate and last but not leaste the benie ride it was like been in choccie world and in this ride you get your photo took with four mates.I really enjoyed the day
Now, really! Who on earth is going to say they didnt like the chocolate factory tour!!!!!! Not me, that's for sure! I loved it, so interesting & fun, adored the samples, spent WAY too much in the gift shop, embarrassed my pre-teen daughter by jumping up & down screaming "YES! I want a hat!" to our tour guide. Um, I guess normally it's the slightly YOUNGER kids that want a hat, but I wore mine proudly all day. What a fun day, we went many years ago but I remember it so fondly. Cadbury World ROCKS!
If you are expecting a factory tour, then you will be disappointed. Just a quick whirl around the packaging area.
What Cadbury World is good at is amusing young children. An interesting educational beginning and a clearly lead thread through various media presentations, explains the history of Cadbury's. Not particularly aimed at young children but well mannered children will learn a lot from here and enjoy the special effects.
There is a fun ride aimed at youngsters a little along the lines of 'its a small world' but smaller and based on the lives of the cocoa bean family.
Several free bars of chocolate and a hands on area where you can hve a go at hand made chocolates.
A very good outside play area for 6-12 year olds, and an 'interactive entertainment' for tinies.
Good cafe and good range of chocs and clothing in the shop. Excellent picnic tables around the play area, great when its not raining!
A trip my 10 year old grandson and 8 year old grand daughter enjoyed a lot even on their second visit.
Not somewhere I'd travel a really long way to see. I wouldn't think it was worth travelling more than 1hr each way, but reasonable value for money.
What an excellent day out! I went with my husband and son. There is an eductional tour, demonstrating the discovery of the cocoa bean and how it is made into chocolate. The displays also highlights the ideologies of the Cadbury family, showing the history of the factory in Bournville and the way the company attempted to improve the lives of the workforce, with good housing, education etc. There is also a tour around the factory (the smell of chocolate is overwhelming, but wonderful if you are a chocolate lover). During the factory tour everyone is given a little bag of chocolate. One of the highlights for me was the little train ride through some exhibits depicting the Cadbury characters - get up close and personal with Mr Cadbury parrot! The highlight for my son (12 years old) was the factory shop at the end of the train ride - well it would have been rude not have taken advantage of the reduced prices and vast choice of chocolate goodies. All in all, excellent value for money and we would go again...often.
I was actually very disappointed.. it seems half of the factory tour was closed. Had much better experience visiting the poulain factory in France, at least your clothes smellt of chocolate at the end of the tour then.
Sadely i dont like cadbury chocolate so the free bars did not compensate how expensive the entrance price was.. do not recommend it
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