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Sunday, 2 December 2012

Celebrate Christmas At Cadbury World

Cadbury World have just launched their festive programme of entertainment and my family and I were lucky enough to receive a family ticket to the Birmingham attraction. The Christmas celebrations, which are included in the price of the entrance ticket, will take place every weekend until Christmas and are well worth a visit.

Among the activities on offer are a special Cadbury World pantomime production of Aladdin complete with songs and laughs aplenty that takes place at hourly intervals throughout the day.  It does get very busy but the kids will love it!

Cadbury World's Christmas grotto is hosting Santa in his own log cabin.  Children can get their photograph taken with the man himself in his cosy front room.  Photo gifts can be purchased from the shop...we got ours made into a bauble for our tree.  Every child gets a very cute cuddly toy as a present for being on Santa's 'Good List'.  Freddy and Kizzy got penguins. Again, it gets very busy and the queue moves quite slowly! But we enjoyed singing along to the Christmas tunes that were playing.

Cadbury

Cadbury World

Cadbury World

The Cadbury Cafe has a special yuletide menu with tasty festive treats on offer including a full Christmas dinner with a free mince pie.  Cadbury's very own Chuckle Beans are there to meet the children, donned in their Santa suits for a fun photo opportunity.

The Cadbury shop is filled with chocolate galore.  We bought so many choccie bargains and limited edition hand made novelty Christmas chocolate items.

Cadbury

Cadbury World

As well as all the festive fun, visitors can also visit the main attraction with fourteen amazing zones which transport you into the world of chocolate and the story of Cadbury.  You also get to walk through the production zone and witness chocolate being made and packaged.

The car ride through Beanville, Cadabra,  was a huge hit with Freddy who grinned with sheer delight as he looked at the Beans having fun in their world!

Cadbury World

Cadbury World

The Chocolate Making zone where you get to sample molten chocolate was fabulous!  The kids also got to try their hand at piping with chocolate and they watched as the hand-made limited edition items were made and decorated.

Cadbury World

Cadbury World

The Purple Planet Zone is full of interactive fun and games.  The children all really loved all the high tech special effects.

Cadbury World

The Green Screen photography area allows you to get photographed in a magical Cadbury background.  My children had a picture taken as they rode in Santa's sleigh!

Cadbury World

As the weather wasn't too bad, Freddy got to have a play in the African Adventure outside play area while we enjoyed a cup of coffee from the kiosk.

Cadbury World is a great day out.  The festive weekends have some added magic that the family will all thoroughly enjoy.  It does get very busy because it is a very popular attraction.  You get given lots of chocolate throughout the tour so the chocoholics will be very happy too!

For more information on Cadbury World and to pre-book tickets go to www.cadburyworld.co.uk

2 comments:

  1. What a fun day out! Loving the fact that you get chocolate throughout the day too - worth it just for that! :D

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  2. As a self confessed chocoholic = it sounds the perfect venue for me. Out of all the chocolate bars I have consumed I have to admit that Cadbury's is the highest on my list of favourites.

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