A much loved day out by both children and adults, Cadbury World was officially opened on 14th August 1990, at their Bournville manufacturing site in Birmingham. In its almost quarter century of life, Cadbury World has (unsurprisingly) quickly become one of Birmingham's largest and most popular attractions - drawing in 500,000 visitors every year.
While the main draw for most people is, most likely, the lure of 100 acres of chocolate, there is actually much more to Cadbury World than shoving down as many sweet treats as possible!
This family friendly day out also focuses a lot on learning - learning about chocolate, obviously, but learning none-the-less! You can see your favourite chocolates being made, and learn each step that goes into creating their delicious taste; Discover the history of chocolate and the story behind the Cadbury business; Learn about the origin of the Cocoa bean as you weave your way between trees and waterfalls in Cadbury World's Aztec jungle. If you're lucky, you may even get to see Cadbury's famous drumming gorilla!
Cadbury World most definitely keeps the fun going, and keeps kids entertained while simultaneously teaching them important lessons about where food actually comes from. And that's just the tip of the iceberg - There are 14 different 'zones' in Cadbury World, and 3 hours to explore them all - from chocolate rain (quite literally) to the Worlds Biggest Cadbury Shop! There's tonnes of scrumptious fun just waiting to be had by the whole family.
Standard ticket cost - £14.95 for adults, £10.95 for children.
Cadbury World offers special discounts for groups of fifteen or more visitors.
Lucas House, Edgbaston Park Road , Birmingham , B15 2RA
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