Go chocolate crazy at Cadbury World
Birmingham, West Midlands
A must-visit destination for chocoholics of all ages, Cadbury World in Bourneville near Birmingham is full of fun indoor activities and things to do when it rains.
No self-respecting chocolate lover can claim to have lived life to the full until they’ve sampled Cadbury many famous delights. That's probably why half a million chocoholics visit Cadbury World every year.
Discover the secrets behind Cadbury’s Dairy Milk (first launched in 1905), and have the chance to see how it is created first-hand. Of course, you can also sample some of the good stuff, with the option to add your own extras like jelly babies or mint chips for a custom Cadbury creation.
With 14 different zones, there's something for all the family to enjoy. From a journey through the history of Cadbury marketing (including a certain drumming gorilla) to the kid-pleasing 4D cinema experience, Cadbury World offers an action-packed day out, whatever the weather.
Don't forget to stop by the World's Biggest Cadbury Shop before you leave; with special gifts and factory-fresh value bundles, you'll be able to stock up on Cadbury's finest without breaking the bank. For an extra special treat, you can also book in advance and enjoy an afternoon tea in the on-site cafe, featuring sandwiches and special Cadbury delicacies.
Cadbury World has both animations and still exhibits throughout the attraction to enhance the experience for all its visitors. There are themed sets and zones including darkened areas with low-level lighting, and moving and interactive audio-visual images to help disabled visitors make the most of their visit. For visually impaired visitors, there are tons of key props to touch and feel throughout the attraction. The Cadabra ride (who doesn't love a ride?) even has a specially adapted mobile car, meaning a wheelchair user can ride beside a friend.
Audio tours are also available, along with British Sign Language (BSL) and subtitles on lots of the video presentations.
A large-print 'access for all' guide is available as well as a selection of concessions for disabled visitors. Wheelchairs can be hired to be used throughout the exhibition thanks to ramp access throughout. Accessible toilets and Changing Places facilities are also onsite.