My 3 friends and I specifically went up to Cadbury world from London as a weekend trip.
The place was great once we got there, and you could smell the chocolate in the air. The old school brick buildings with "Bourneville" and "Cadbury" written on them were a brilliant thing to look at.
There was quite a long line to get in and it seemed quite chaotic, but as we had pre booked (lucky we had, because it was sold out for the day) we got our tickets and joined the line straight away.
The chocolate at the start was great and kept us going. Overall, the experince was enjoyed by us - but we are all in our 20's. I can see that while people might think its a great place to take kids, they would leave underwhelmed and wondering where the chocolate magic happens. I understand the need for health and saftey, but it would have been a lot better to see more of the factory - especially with the machines working! I feel like the place needs to get someonein from a museum who really understands exhibitions and can help Cadbury put together a much more informative and more engaging experience - especailly for young children.
Seeing the people creating the chocolate shoes and chocolate footballs was definatley a highlight.
I'm not saying that I didn't have a great time and i wouldn't reccomend it if you were in the area, but there is just a lot of room for movement from Cadburys.
Another big highlight was the brilliant drumming gorilla....
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