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Discover Cadbury’s legacy as Heritage Weekend returns to Cadbury World

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Cadbury World, Linden Road
Bournville,
Birmingham
West Midlands
B30 1JR

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Tel : 0844 880 7667

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Heritage Weekend returns with guided walks around the picturesque Bournville village*. Discover where the Cadbury story began with tours showcasing places of interest in the historic village. The tour brings to life George and Richard Cadbury’s story and their revolutionary vision to build both a new factory and community, as well as improving the quality of life for the ordinary people of Birmingham. Alternatively, visitors of all ages can enjoy a family fact-finding trail and explore the scenic Bournville Village at their own pace.

Back at Cadbury World, there’s even more history to discover through the attraction’s chocolatey zones. In the reception area, you’ll find a live human statue of John Cadbury to help bring the magic of the past to life, before seeing a recreation of his first shop later in the Bull Street zone.

There’s also the chance to travel back 1,000 years to the Aztec Jungle to uncover the origins of the cocoa bean and take a trip down Advertising Avenue to relive some of Cadbury’s most iconic advertising campaigns; including everyone’s favourite drumming gorilla!

For an extra dose of nostalgia, head to the popular Chocolate Making zone to watch the talented Cadbury World chocolatiers demonstrate traditional chocolate making skills, whilst enjoying a delicious pot of melted Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate with your choice of toppings. With a selection of themed gifts and treats to purchase in the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop, as well as the Cadbury Café, there’s plenty to explore on a day out at Cadbury World.

No visit to Cadbury World is complete without trying out the interactive 4D Chocolate Adventure zone, where visitors can experience how it feels to dive into a pot of melted Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate, ride the Crunchie Rollercoaster and soar through the skies in a Creme Egg airship piloted by the Caramel Bunny – all from the comfort of your motion seat.

During Heritage Weekend, visitors will also have the chance to have their photographs taken with the iconic Cadbury characters, as well as enjoy a range of family entertainment.

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By Road

Nearest major road is Junction 2 of the M42. Follow the A441 to Cotteridge, the A4040 to Bournville or Junction 4 of the M5 and follow signs to Cadbury World.

By Public Transport

Nearest station is Bournville. Outside the booking office cross the road, turn left and continue along Bournville Lane. Follow pedestrian route to Cadbury World.

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