we visited in September as a birthday surprise for my 11 year old son, we also took our 20 month daughter.
Our son was so excited when we arrived and realised where he was going to spend his birthday.
The queue was long when we arrived as it opened but seemed to go down pretty quickly. We had some vouchers 2 for 1 which we used no problems. We had to choose what time we wanted to go round the exhibition but was able to explore the rest of Cadbury world until our time came. We had the opportunity to have a photo with some choco beans which made a lovely photo. There was a play area outside which both of the children had lots of fun on with plenty of picnic tables to relax while children are playing or to have your dinner. There is a small food shack outside that you can get ice creams and some hot food. We took our own food and drink so couldn't comment on the prices.
On the exhibit we found it very interesting with both children having lots of fun,
there was lots of free chocolate as you go round, which is what you would hope for. We wrote our name in chocolate, went on a car ride through a history of chocolate and we seen how chocolate was made. The smell as you go through the factory was gorgeous. In the exhibit there was things for the children to interact with playing games which was chocolate themed of course.
Near the play ground there was essence where you watched a short video showing you how dairy milk was discovered. You are then taken through to more chocolate to taste. You have some liquidized chocolate and can chose to fill it with shortcake, chocolate buttons, rice crispies, marshmallows or you could just have it on it's own.
We had a great fun, family day out and would recommend it.
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