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Fun, educational and delicious
Discover the history and magic behind Cadbury's chocolate. Enjoy a fantastic day out and experience the sights, smells and tastes of Cadbury World, where chocolate comes to life! This is a fun and educational tour of Cadbury World in Bournville, Birmingham, home to Cadbury's chocolate for more than 150 years. Ideal for chocolate lovers and with something for everyone, Cadbury World is a great day out for parents, children, couples, school trips, etc. See how your favourite Cadbury chocolates are made, discover fascinating stories behind the products, and play in chocolate rain! Your visit to Cadbury World will be full of fun with complimentary chocolate to enjoy along the way. You can order your Cadbury World tickets online here - visitors have posted excellent online reviews and report good value for the ticket price.
The Cadbury World tour has a good pace without feeling rushed. It's self-guided at your own pace and one-way so you won't get lost! The chocolate factory includes interactive exhibitions, live demonstrations and lots of other attractions. Cadbury World is separated into themed zones each packed with fun, education, and nommy chocolates. In the Aztec Jungle zone you will travel back in time a thousand years to the tropical rainforests of Mexico and learn the origins of the cocoa bean amidst trees and waterfalls. Journey to Europe is a 3D mini-theatre showing an entertaining story about cocoa beans making their way to Europe to become the high society drink of choice. Bull Street is a full-scale replica of the first Cadbury shop, opened by John Cadbury in 1824, where you can see and take photos of the earliest Cadbury products. Take a special route through the Cadbury factory allowing a peek at chocolates being wrapped and packed. Ride the Crunchie rollercoaster and dive into a bowl of liquid Cadbury Dairy Milk. Join Freddo and other Cadbury characters on a journey in the 4D cinema experience, complete with motion seats. Take to the skies in a Cadbury Creme Egg airship piloted by the Caramel Bunny. Jump on board the magical Cadabra ride and meet the Cadbury drumming gorilla. In addition to all this and many more attractions and zones, Cadbury World is also home to the biggest Cadbury shop in the world, selling every Cadbury chocolate you can think of and more, including unique handmade items and products you probably won't see elsewhere.
Click below to see the best online discount price for Cadbury World tickets. Children under the age of four are admitted free so won't need tickets. There's plenty of free parking and lots of nearby accommodation if you plan to stay overnight. Cadbury World has its own restaurant serving reasonably priced hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks, or you can take your own food - there's even a picnic area!
Cadbury World useful information
Opening hours: from 9/10am to 4/5pm depending on season. Last admission at 4pm. Most visitors spend three or four hours at Cadbury World. The average tour lasts an hour and a half not including the Bournville Experience museum or 4D Chocolate Adventure, for which you should allow another hour and a half.
Age limits: none, but an adult must accompany children.
Maps: Directions/travel map
Facilities: baby changing room, cafe/restaurant, children's play area, disabled and pushchair access, guide dogs permitted, multi-language audio guides, picnic area, toilets (including disabled), wheelchairs available subject to availability
Telephone: 0844 880 7667 (9am-5pm Monday to Friday, 9am-2pm weekend)
Postal address: Sales & Marketing Department, Cadbury World, Linden Rd, Bournville, Birmingham B30 2LU
Wiki page: Cadbury World Wikipedia
Cadbury World facts and trivia
Cadbury World first opened to the public on 14 August 1990.
The tour has become one of Birmingham's best known attractions with more than half a million visitors every year.
There is another Cadbury World in Dunedin, New Zealand, opened in 2003.