Despite living in Birmingham for 20+ years,m we had never visited Cadbury world. I thought the ticket prices were very reasonable compared to similar attractions, although i did get a little confused about booking a timed slot, and wasnt sure if there was anything to do if we arrived before our slot (there isnt, just the gift shop, so i would not arrive until ten minutes for our booked slot next time).
I visited with my two youngest children, aged 9 and 2 and my husband. I had booked online, which i would recommend as no queuing to buy tickets.
The "free" chocolate bars upon entry were taken with delight by the kids, and when my eldest dropped his accidentally, another was thrust into his hands with a smile in case the original one had broken.
we made our way around the attraction at our own pace, we all thoroughly enjoyed the chocolate making section (and the melted choc pots), and even more free chocolate to take home!
the queue for the car ride was quite long, and very boring for the kids, perhaps a game printed onto the wall, or some facts we could all read would be a way to distract them? It was well worth the wait though, both of the children were laughing their way around the track and loved the whole thing.
When we had finished the tour we went outside to the park area, which i was quite disappointed with. It was spotless and clean, but wasnt suitable for an active and capable 2 year old to play on independently, and im a little too large to squeeze through the small opening to the netting!
We then found the 4d cinema. I was worried the little one would be a little overwhelmed, but i need not have been worried!! He absolutely loved it and the sight of both the kids wearing their glasses and jiggling about in their seats whilst howling with laughter was just lovely.
All in all we spent a good few hours at Cadbury world, and will definitely be returning in the summer.
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