Cadbury World (Birmingham) Reviews
Description:Cadbury Chocolate Factory / Located at the outskirts of Birmingham / Tel: +44 (0)121 451 4159.
Newest Review: ... stuck in his teeth. I think they would have done better giving out something like a fudge bar instead. Fourteen Zones Cadbury World is made up of fourteen seperate zones, or distinct areas: 1: Aztec Jungle The first area explains the early origins of chocolate. The area is made to look like a jungle, and is very atmospheric, with appropriate noises and atmosphere. there are statues, ... more
Customer Cadbury World (Birmingham) Reviews (45)
by - written on 04/04/12 (Very useful, 862 readings)
We live in the Midlands and have visited Cadbury World a few times since it opened, over 20 years ago. Recently, the kids (aged 7, 9 and 11) had been pestering me to visit, as we hadn't been for a few years. I checked out the website and the admission prices were as follows: Adult: £14.75 Child (4-15): £10.75 Under 4: Free Concessions: £11.10 Family of 4: £45 Family of 5: £53 As there are 5 of us, I felt that £53 was a bit steep for a visit to a chocolate factory, especially as in my experience, the whole visit only takes a couple of hours. Luckily though, I had some Tesco Clubcard vouchers and was able to redeem them and get us ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/12 (Very useful, 274 readings)
I am the Queen of Savvy shopping and so having saved enough Tesco Vouchers we redeemed these for vouchers to cadburys world. What is Cadbury World ? Cadbury world is a tour of part of the cadbury factory and also a history of the famous Cadbury Chocolate. Booking: Booking is essential and can be done via there website www.cadburyworld.co.uk or over the phone if like me you have Tesco vouchers you can only book over the phone but this is still very easy and efficiant. Cost: Cadbury orld is not cheap costing £14.75 per Adult and children 4-15 are £10.75 seniors and students are £11.10 however a family ticketof 4 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/11 (Very useful, 289 readings)
Whilst we were staying near to Birmingham recently we took a trip to Cadbury World, we had been told good things about it and were expecting a great day. From where we were staying in Tamworth Cadbury World was a half hour drive into the centre of Birmingham to a village called Bournville and I would have to say the roads are not wonderful lots of quick lane changes and confusing roads but we got there in the end and found Cadbury World situated just off a tree lined road. Once in the grounds the car park was clearly sign posted but although the attraction only opened at 9am and we had arrived by 10am we found we were directed around the outside of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/11 (Very useful, 564 readings)
Entry and Tickets -------------------------------------------------------------------- I visited Cadbury World on Easter Sunday. We pre-booked via the website, getting a measly 5% discount off ticket prices (by entering the code 'web') as we expected massive queues when we arrived. Although the free car park was pretty full, the actual factory was not packed. This is due to their entry time system. Tickets are timed so that only a certain amount of people can enter the factory experience at any one time. This limits queuing times and creates a steady flow throughout the factory. Tickets are not overly cheap: one adult is £14.30 and one child is £10.40 but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/10 (Very useful, 661 readings)
After my darling Dad won a family ticket for Cadbury world last year, and decided to give it to me for my family use, I finally got around to using it....today! My reasoning for this fact is due to the crappy weather (fog and freezing weather), it would be nice to be indoors doing something we never have done before and secondly due to the fact that it is very close to Christmas, so was hoping for a few festive freebies! We are lucky travel wise as we live a few miles away from Birmingham, being situation in the borough of Nuneaton, so after gleaming the directions from the internet with the Cadbury website itself being very useful, we found a ... Read the complete review
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