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An Insufficient Taste
Cadbury World (Birmingham)
Member Name: Calz578
Cadbury World (Birmingham)
Advantages: Free Chocolate! :)
Disadvantages: Un-interesting to an older audience, meant for little kids
This review is written by the opinion of a 14 year old.
I went to Cadbury World yesterday with high expectations.Unfortunately my expectations came crashing to the ground and shattered into a thousand pieces. Cadbury World had to be one of the worst places I have ever visited. It wasn't boring but it was very un-interesting and nothing seemed to catch your attention apart form the free chocolate now and then.
Lets start off with the tour, though they call it a tour but no one actually shows you around. You start off at the main entrance where a person gives you a small bag with a pack of Cadburys Buttons in it and a Curl Wurly. You walk through a Jungle sort of thing which has absoloutly nothing to do with Cadbury's or chocolate. You then enter a room where they've set up the shop owned by John Cadbury where Cadbury's first began. You then watch a short clip of an actor playing John Cadbury of what you're about to see an a brief bit of history about Cadbury's PLC (Public LImited Company). You then move into a seated area where you watch a video expaining how the coco-beans get to Cadbury's and how products are transported and where to. The seats you sit on also jault side to side at appropiate time so the video doesn't completely bore you.
You are then moved on to a ride. The ride is tediously slow and consists of a 4 person kart. You are driven round a completely kiddys themed jungle and antarctic thing which has a giant robotic bird and moving cocoa beans with eyes. You do get a picture with the ride though. Although it's not exactly Thorpe Park. You then move on to a tour round the factory although no one actually takes you round you just walk round yourself. And although they call it a tour round the factory you don't actuall get to see the chocolate being made. You just get to see made chocolate in its wrapping being stacked into boxes. Thrilling. And now the you get to go to the shop probably the best bit. They have an extremely huge range of choclate and sweets on sale including a 2.5kg dairy milk bar!. They also have a bit called the bargain zone where they have put all the nearly sell by date chocolate and deformed ones into baskets. These are considerably cheaper. You'll find yourself buying enough choclate to last a year!. Then finally it's all over and you can go home laiden with choclate and other treats.
Cadbury world would be a great place to take kids but not older children like teenagers so be warned!.
Summary: A good place to take a young son or daughter but not a teenager
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