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Cadbury World Introduction

A sugary-sweet attraction, Cadbury World promises a day of chocolate adventures. You might kick off your visit at the immersive 4D cinema, with its Crunchie roller coaster and liquid chocolate lakes, or perhaps with a jaunt on a Beanmobile, through a veritable chocolate wonderland. From there, you can explore the origins of the cocoa bean in the Aztec Jungle or get straight to the good stuff by heading to the world's largest Cadbury shop.

Hotels near Cadbury World

Being so close to a major UK city, it's perhaps unsurprising that hotels near Cadbury World come in a medley of flavours, except chocolate, of course. Hotels in Bournville are among the closest to this treat-filled visitor attraction, these properties typically coming in around the 2- and 3-star mark and offering a free breakfast, alongside a night in a room that's as cosy as it is comfortable. Extending your search a little further afield uncovers a range of accommodation options, from discount hotels with free WiFi and parking to upscale picks with spas, on-site dining and concierge services.

Where to stay

Hotels in Bournville itself offer guests the advantage of being within walking distance of Cadbury World, though since the attraction is so easily accessible via car or public transport, there's nothing to stop you from checking out the hotels in neighbouring communities, too. Staying in one of the hotels in Birmingham city centre often proves a popular choice, thanks to its proximity to other attractions, though if you'd prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle, hotels along Hagley Road put you amid quieter surroundings but still within an easy drive of both Birmingham and Cadbury World.

Things to see

If you've time to spare after your visit to Cadbury World, and can muster up the energy to move after what will undoubtedly be a generous helping of chocolatey treats, the surrounding area serves up plenty of other things to see and do. Families might enjoy a trip to the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, home to a small zoo that comes complete with Red Pandas, otters and oodles of cheeky monkeys, or will perhaps head back into the city centre where the delights of the Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham await. For culture vultures, the Arts and Crafts-style Winterbourne House is a must-see, though outdoorsy types are often more enthralled by the 7-acre botanical garden that surrounds this Edwardian-era house. Yet more outdoor time is served up at Woodgate Valley Country Park, a 450-acre park with meandering walking trails, pony trekking and play areas.

How to get to Cadbury World

The M5, M6 and M42 all snake close to Cadbury World, with the last leg of the journey from the respective junctions indicated on brown attraction signs, and free parking available when you arrive. Alternatively, you can hop aboard a train to Birmingham New Street before changing to a Bournville-bound service, the last section of the trip being either a 15-minute sign-posted stroll or a quick ride on bus numbers 11A/11C, 27 or 84. The best bit? You can flash your train ticket at Cadbury World staff to score 30% off the cost of standard admission.