Cadbury World Birmingham

Cadbury World Birmingham - It was an enjoyable experience visiting Cadbury World at Birmingham. We left in the morning and after a drive of 100 miles we reached Cadbury World, the chocolate factory, in the Lindon Road, Bournville at Birmingham. Since it was a Saturday, and the holidays had started for the kids, there were many kids with their parents to enjoy the day out in the Chocolate factory. The kids were so excited.

What to see in Cadbury World Birmingham

What you find there are everything in purple color - chocolate color. 

The children could also enjoy in the children's area called Essence, the African Adventure play area and the Bournville Experience.

After having our lunch there, we also attended the show where they also explained briefly how the cadbury factory was started. After the show was over all the participants were supplied with chocolates in cups. We then visited their Cadbury Cafe, which is said to be the world's biggest cadbury shop. Several types and shapes of cadbury, and other gift items were there to attract the kids as well as the adults. Photography was not allowed in the Cadbury shop. The tour was excellent and the interaction with the visitors was also good. 

Another great place for the children is African Adventure play area.  Children would love to spend their time with various activity places like - climbing zones, rope bridge, tube slides etc. There is a separate area for kids below 5.

Since the weather was also favourable to us we felt it was a great family day out. My little grandson enjoyed there as well. The Chocolate lovers must visit this place at least once to explore the real world of chocolates.  It is  place to discover the history, the making and the magic of Cadbury confectionery.  

There is an entry fee and the tickets need to be pre-booked before visiting the place to ensure entry. 

If you are interested to visit this place please get more details here.

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