A visit to Birmingham’s Cadbury World, located in the historic Bournville village, is a truly magical experience that is sure to never be forgotten. With so much to do and see, the attraction will keep the entire family entertained all day long. The ideal attraction for chocoholics, Cadbury World not only offers visitors the opportunity to learn how their favorite confectionery is made, it also offers different interactive zones to explore. Visitors get to uncover the fascinating story of Cadbury chocolate, ride the Crunchie Rollercoaster in the 4D cinema, learn about the arrival of chocolate to Europe, watch chocolate demonstrations, and even create their own delicious chocolate concoctions. Cadbury World is also home to the World's Biggest Cadbury Shop, where visitors will find all the Cadbury chocolate products they can ever imagine.
Adults: £16.25 Children (aged 4-15 years): £11.95 Under 4 years: Free Senior citizens: £12.25
Opening hours tend to vary
Around 3 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
All of the zones found here are worth a visit
Muslim visitors to Cadbury World will not be able to locate prayer facilities within its premises. They can however visit one of the many mosques and Islamic Centers in the city, such as the Birmingham Central Mosque, Central Mosque Ghamkol Sharif, Madina Masjid and Masjid Muhul Islam Siddiqia. Muslims visiting the attraction can therefore ask staff to guide them to the nearest prayer facility when needed.
Visitors to Cadbury World will get the opportunity to taste some delicious chocolate and will also get to buy some goodies to take back home. They will also be able to find a café and some kiosks located throughout the attraction. Muslim visitors looking specifically for Halal certified food can visit one of the numerous Halal restaurants in the city of Birmingham.