- Indoor and Outdoor
- All Ages
- Tourist Attractions, Museums and Art Galleries
Enter Cadbury World and give in to the chocolate temptation! Get set for a self-guided tour through an assortment of fun chocolatey zones, from the depths of the Aztec Jungle to the Chocolate Making Zone . Go on a magical journey through Beanville on the Cadabra ride and come face to face with the Cadbury drumming gorilla.
Experience Cadbury World’s interactive virtual activities in Purple Planet. Kids big and small can play in the chocolate rain, chase Creme eggs and even grow their own cocoa tree. The chocolate icing on the cake, however, comes with customising your own molten chocolate dip! Feeling full? Work it off on the rope bridges, tunnels and slides at the African Adventure play area.
Don’t miss out on Cadbury World’s sweet 4D adventure - a cinema experience featuring Freddo the Frog and complete with motion seats. You’ll get the chance to ride the Crunchie rollercoaster, dive into a giant bowl of liquid chocolate and fly into the sky with the Caramel Bunny on a Creme egg airship.
During the summer holidays, join Freddo and Captain Jack on a swashbuckling pirate adventure in a 25-minute stage show, complete with a barrel of laughs and a chest full of goodies!
- Uncover the story of chocolate
- Exciting 4D adventure & interactive zones
- Family events throughout the year
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 15:00
Saturday to Sunday 09:30 - 16:00
Monday to Sunday 09:00 - 16:30
Closed Mondays in December. Reopens end of January.
1.5 hours before attraction closes
Kids (4-15): £12.85
Under 4's: free
Family of 4 (2 adults, 2 kids): £52.20
Linden Road, Bournville, Birmingham, West Midlands, B30 2LU, England
0121 393 6004
WebsiteClick here to visit Cadbury World's website.
Yes, there is parking onsite.
Yes, there are toilets, accessible toilets and baby changing facilities.
Yes, there are baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.
Yes, Cadbury World is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.
Due to safety regulations, pushchairs are not permitted on the upper floor or on the Cadabra ride. A pushchair park is provided. There is wheelchair access throughout Cadbury World
Yes, Cadbury World have stated they are pushchair friendly.
Assistance/Guide Dogs only
Travel by Train and take advantage of a 30% by pre-booking on discount code offered on their website. Train Tickets will be required as proof on entry.
Choc-full of fun! 5 out of 5 stars
A fantastic interactive journey through the history of Cadbury chocolate! If you’re looking for a factory tour you may be disappointed, but there is plenty to see and do. The Chocolate Making zone in the main tour is a real highlight, where you can watch the chocolatiers in action. They do a demonstration, you can peek into the room where they’ll be decorating everything from shoes to plaques, and make sure you pick up a pot of melted chocolate with your choice of toppings too. Elsewhere, the 4D Chocolate Adventure is a MUST – short enough to capture the attention of little kids, but full of exciting twist and turns. Make sure you save some room for the gift shop too – there’s everything from chocolate footballs and shoes, to a chocolate teapot! All made on site too, so makes a perfect gift.lisaaao
Chocolate factory 5 out of 5 stars
Interesting mix of factory exhibition, chocolate museum and fun around chocolate. The 4D cinema show was good as was the other rides. Cafe good and gift shop tempting. Not so pleasant on a hot summer's day especially buying chocolate related presents to take away. Our kids 6-8 enjoyed it immensely.Anonymous
No toilets! 3 out of 5 stars
We arrived at Cadburys world 30 mins prior to it opening after a long car journey only to find no toilets are available until it opened at 10am. Really needs a block of toilets or access to toilets somewhere on the ground for the hundreds that visit and were all sat around the car park. We ended up driving up and down bournville village looking for loos and ended up asking a lovely lady who ran an antiques shop if my four year old could use her loo. Loved our day out but was not a happy mummy. Honestly if he had wanted a wee he would have done it up the building at the main entrance I was so mad that they would not let us access toilets.Anonymous