Everything, to learn about the origins of chocolate and then to taste some of the product -great
- Lickey Hills / Bant Green Circular Route
- Birmingham: City centre highlights
- For shopaholics and fashion fans
4 adults and 2 kids (6 & 3) - queued for 30 mins to get in despite timed tickets and were finished and back in the car in 3 hours. Kids had more fun in a local McDonalds play area. Come on Cadbury we expected more than a bar of chocolate whilst watching a conveyor belt.
Been here many times always come back laden with chocolate. Fabulous.
We have recently returned from our visit to Cadbury World and the Bourneville village earlier today. As a couple, we got alot out of the visit, both interested in the Cadbury family history as well as the production side. We were a little disappointed that the packaging section was not operational but understand these things happen. We didn't feel it... More
Took our 7 year old daughter to experience cadbury world and see how chocolate is made. (sadly we went on Sunday. they dont show the working factory on a sunday) A little disappointed that we didn't actually see anything being made or wrapped etc. The little shows and holograms are quite good, and so is the the car ride. Our... More
i visited cadbury world this week with my 5 year old grandaughter and although it was an interesting visit for me my grandaughter found it a bit boring in fact the build up to it was far better than the visit. Unfortunatley she was a little bit too young for the experience as the storys of how chocolate came to... More
I exchanged our tesco vouchers to enjoy our day out here. Bought our daughter a wonka bar with a golden ticket in from eBay for her birthday so she was super excited. After reading the reviews I didnt go with much expectation but I was pleasantly surprised!! Our 6 year old and 19 month old loved it (as did mum... More
we went as a family years ago and got a fab reception and loads of free chocolate. on returning last year we were very disappointed with many aspects: the admission price, the tour of the factory, limited 'freebies' for the kids and extremely expensive gift shops. pick it up cadburys, or lose the interest
I booked becuae the kids wanted to go to a chocolate factory but was worried by the negative reviews what is to moan about ? its not expensive - the displays are interesting and interactive my 2 and 6 year old both loved it the people who work there all seem friendly and to be really proud to work there... More
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