- Tourist Attractions
- Museums and Art Galleries
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor, Outdoor
Get set for a tour across 15 different zones, from the depths of the Aztec Jungle to The Purple Planet and a world of digital delights at Cadbury World. Bring on the chocolate!
Their 4D adventure is a must-do with a ride aboard the Crunchie rollercoaster, as well as a cinema experience with world-famous Freddo the Frog. He’s not the only familiar face though as Sooty, Sweep and good, old Soo are visiting for a series of wild weekends. Their raucous performance will no doubt cook up some mischief - plus it’s free!
Kids 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 ropes, bridges and slides at the African Adventure play area.
- Uncover the story of chocolate
- A self-guided 4D adventure and play area
- A family favourite: Sooty’s Birthday Bake Off weekend
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Linden Road, Bournville, Birmingham, West Midlands, B30 2LU, England
Click here to visit Cadbury World's website
0844 880 7667
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
September: Weekdays 10:00 - 15:00, Weekends 09:30 - 16:00
October: Weekdays 10:00 - 15:00, Weekends 09:30 - 16:00 (times vary 21/10/17)
November: Weekdays 10:00 - 15:00, Weekends 09:30 - 16:00
December: Times vary throughout the month.
Please double check on the Cadbury World website before traveling.
Kids (4-15): £12.30
Seniors (60+)/Students: £12.65
Access Assistance Adults/Kids: £8.35/£6.15
Families from £49.96
Tickets must be pre-booked before coming to Cadbury World to guarantee entry. To book Cadbury World tickets please call.
Assistance/Guide Dogs allowed only in specific areas.
Due to safety regulations, pushchairs are not permitted on the upper floor, Cadabra or in the Packaging zone - a pushchair park is provided. Please also note that there is no wheelchair access to one small part of the landing of the packaging plant - a subtitled video presentation is available.
Choc-full of fun!
Written by lisaaao . 19.06.17
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.
Written by Anonymous . 05.06.16
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.
Written by Anonymous . 21.03.16
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.