A Summer choc-full of fun at Cadbury World
It’s set to be a summer choc-full of fun at Cadbury World this year, with a series of exciting events taking place from 18 July – 2 September.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, the Bournville based attraction is gearing up for one of its best summers yet. With the chocolatiers planning an impressive chocolate creation to be unveiled during the holidays, as well as the launch of a brand new bookable experience, there’s plenty on offer to mark the milestone occasion this year.
Throughout the school holidays, a range of entertainers will be taking to the stage in Cadbury World’s outdoor marquee for the whole family to enjoy. Captivating performers, including magicians and ventriloquists, will be showcasing their extraordinary talents to delight visitors of all ages, in a number of fun-filled shows throughout the day.
Visitors will also have the chance to meet and greet the iconic Cadbury Characters, as Freddo, Caramel Bunny, Creme Egg and Mr Cadbury’s Parrot are on hand to pose for photos. An extra special addition will also be swooping into Cadbury World this summer, as a brand new character is unwrapped on 20th July as part of The Big Hoot project. The exclusively designed owl will take up residence at the Bournville based attraction until 27 September, giving visitors another opportunity to snap a photo with the exciting character.
Cadbury World is home to 14 amazing zones to explore to ensure your visit is choc-full of fun. The 4D Chocolate Adventure zone is one not to be missed giving you the chance to experience the feeling of diving into a pot of melted Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate, riding the Crunchie Rollercoaster and taking to the skies in a Cadbury Creme Egg airship piloted by the Caramel Bunny, all without leaving your seat.
Be sure to visit the revamped Purple Planet zone too, featuring new and improved interactive games with a chocolate twist. The new-look zone is full of fun challenges, including a memory-testing sequence game on a giant cocoa pod, interactive floor games including a projected bubbling chocolate pond, as well as the chance to grow and nurture your own virtual cocoa tree.
Watch the chocolatiers work their magic in the popular Chocolate Making zone as they demonstrate traditional chocolate-making skills, before taking a stroll through Advertising Avenue, where you’ll find the iconic drumming gorilla alongside some other much-loved adverts.
Make the most of any sunshine in the outdoor African Adventure Play Area, filled with tube slides, climbing zones and rope bridges. With a separate under 5’s zone for mini-explorers to enjoy, it’s the perfect place to visit before or after your exhibition tour.
With lots more on offer, including the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop and the onsite Cadbury Café, Cadbury World is the perfect destination for a chocolate-themed day trip this summer.
Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World, said:
Summer is a great time to visit with the whole family. We have an exciting range of extra entertainment with something to suit everyone making sure it is a fun-filled visit all round!
We’re also looking forward to unwrapping our very own owl as part of The Big Hoot, and think he’ll be a popular and eye-catching addition.”
To find out more about Cadbury World, or to book your tickets in advance, visit www.cadburyworld.co.uk.
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