You’ve checked out our voucher codes, discounts and deals – now find out what Cadbury World offers. Here’s a short guide to this popular UK attraction. It includes, a video tour, photos and suggestions of some good places to look for a nearby hotel or find a Cadbury World ticket + hotel deal. Plus there’s the views of other families that have visited.
This Cadbury World short guide is an excerpt from Cheap Attraction Breaks And Short Stays At Theme Parks: The Ultimate Guide.
Actually over 25 years-old, the Cadbury World attraction has really grown in popularity in recent years. It’s a Wonka-esque day out for families. As well as learning the brand’s long history there are interactive things to do like chocolate-making and green-screen photo fun, as well as gentle rides and a 4D cinema experience. Family tickets start at £49.96. Cadbury World has a range of hotel partners who offer ticket deals. As the attraction is in Birmingham there are loads of hotels to choose from independently. A one night family room and tickets deal (Novotel Wolverhampton) found with SuperBreak came in at £97.10.
Got tickets and need to find your own family friendly accommodation?
If you’re also looking for a hotel, right now we like trivago for the best deals. It’s the biggest hotel search site in the world and has good coverage of the UK (as well as hotels abroad). For a family friendly budget stay, don’t forget to check Premier Inn and Travelodge. As a general rule with hotels, book early for the cheapest price. If you’ve left it late, try LateRooms.
Need to buy train tickets?
Our top choice for UK train tickets is Virgin Trains – they search the whole rail network, not just Virgin routes. What’s more, they don’t add booking fees or charge you for using your credit card. Also worth a look is Trainline. They buy up seat allocations in bulk, meaning they can sometimes pass on better discounts than rivals.
Need to buy coach or bus tickets?
If you’re travelling by bus, these days National Express really makes an effort to be family friendly. With booster seats, wifi, air con and power sockets for tablets – as well as bargain prices when compared to train – they’re worth a look. With their £8 Family Coachcard kids go free.
What other families have said
Don’t forget to read our full expert guide to saving money on UK theme park breaks: Cheap Attraction Breaks And Short Stays At Theme Parks: The Ultimate Guide