Cadbury World

Cadbury World

Discover a whole world of chocolatey fun!

Uncover a world of chocolate delights and enjoy a fascinating, fun-packed day out at Cadbury World.  With fourteen amazing zones, there's so much to see and do for the whole family. From learning how your favourite confectionery is made and uncovering the fascinating story of Cadbury chocolate, to playing in chocolate rain and creating your own delicious taste sensation covered in warm liquid Dairy Milk.

You'll discover the origins of the cocoa bean amidst trees and waterfalls in the Aztec jungle, before jumping on board the magical Cadabra ride and meeting in the infamous Cadbury drumming gorilla!

The average visit time to Cadbury World is around three hours. There are places to eat and drink, and you'll be able to stock up on all your favourite treats at The World's Biggest Cadbury Shop.

 

Admission: 30% off, you pay - Adult £11.17, Child £8.19, Concessions £8.40, Under 4s are free.

Opening times: These vary so please visit the website for full details. 

Cadbury World is closed on selected dates in January and December.

Telephone: 0844 880 7667

  • 30% off Cadbury World

    This offer expires on 31 December 2014

Further Information

Location

Linden Road

Bournville

Birmingham

B30 1JR

Nearest station: Bournville (just follow the signs)

County

West Midlands

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Rail Company:

London Midland

Destination Station:

Bournville
Birmingham Moor Street
Birmingham New Street
Birmingham Snow Hill

Disabled Access

Cadbury World does have disabled access including:

Low level reception desk, 

Changing places facility with hoist, height adjustable changing bench, height adjustable sink and centrally placed toilet.

Large print 'Access for All' guide available from reception, 

Infrared system for visitors with compatible hearing-aid system, 

Visually Impaired large print script available of the tour, 

Tactile surface changes to indicate differences in levels, 

DDA-compliant handrails, 

Stairs and steps with coloured warning edges, 

Directional signage.

Guide dogs are allowed throughout the exhibition except in production areas. We offer a guide dog sitting service at this part of the experience and one of our staff will be able to offer additional assistance 

Wheelchair Users

Extensive parking facilities located near the entrance; low-level reception counter and low-level exhibits in certain zones; ramps adaptations throughout; lift access where available (please note, there is no wheelchair access to one small part of the landing of the packaging plant - a subtitled video presentation is available); accessible toilets on each floor and throughout the exhibition; bean mobile on our Cadabra ride has been adapted for wheelchair use.

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