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Cadbury World

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84 Linden Road Bournville, Birmingham B30 1LA England
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diya wrote a review Apr 2021
Dubai, United Arab Emirates34 contributions37 helpful votes
over rated i think as travelling by train to go there is not worth it, and if i was told that it will take 15 minutes to go over it i would have used my time doing something else.....specially that the town is small and nothing to do there except this place.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Jo-Anna Spring wrote a review Apr 2021
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I took my 9 year old daughter in the summer 2019 and it was pretty dull. The tours were boring, there wasn’t really anything to do apart from the play area but the weather wasn’t very good so everything was wet. I could have just taken her to a playground for free and bought a couple of chocolate bars for a couple of quid. When we got there they we’re doing a chocolate treasure hunt where you had to look out for clues and once you collected all the answers you got a chocolate surprise. This did mean that we had to go around everything. We queued for ages for a ride which turned out to be a little boat that travelled about half a mile per hour and just did a little loop, reminded me of the ‘It’s a small world’ ride at Disney, but worse. After we got all the answers and were desperate to get out of there, the chocolate surprise ended up being a Fredo bar! I was expecting a lot more chocolate treats as well for what they charge for admission but I think we only got a wispa and a crunchie bar. It’s a shame because I think a lot of kids would be excited about the thought of a chocolate factory, I know I was, but it was a massive let down. I think they either need to just leave it as a factory or turn it into a proper kids museum and maybe let them be more involved in making the chocolate or something. They should also charge a lot less than they do for what it is. I definitely wouldn’t go again and wouldn’t recommend it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ennie 💛 wrote a review Feb 2021
Scotland, United Kingdom3364 contributions28408 helpful votes
A brilliant attraction for everyone to visit, especially those of us that are chocolate lovers. All covid guidelines are adhered too which is good to see and gives you peace of mind. Very clean and hygienic though it has to be. Staff friendly, welcoming and approachable if you have any questions. Suitable for those with mobility issues and disabilities. A great informative tour which gives you a brilliant insight into the world of chocolate, which is actually very interesting! A few hours is enough really to spend here. Well worth a visit and would return.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Alanah Reeve wrote a review Jan 2021
Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom232 contributions69 helpful votes
During the summer holidays we went out a way to go to Cadbury world in Birmingham. I think this is something that everyone has to do just to take it off the list. The place itself isn’t anything to brag about but the experience was pretty good. Cadbury world is great for children teenagers adults seniors – literally anyone – as long as they like chocolate!! My favourite thing about it was of course a free chocolate (typical teenager) but also the ongoing smell of chocolate because is still a factory! There’s lots of new and old features my favourite part of the experience was watching how different chocolate is made as well as a cute set up village. I would also recommend people to check out Bournville Village because it is very sweet and worth a look while your there. Time spent there – approximately three hours Worth it? – I’d say so 8 out of 10 Now sick of the sight of chocolate- Is that even possible?!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Annie wrote a review Dec 2020
Solihull, United Kingdom2 contributions
Reasonable place to visit with the kids, not as much fun or free chocolate as before when I was young but still a nice day out
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Date of experience: August 2020
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