Wednesday 4 July 2018

Character breakfasts and fun in the sun at Cadbury World this summer holiday

It's less that three weeks until Ethan breaks up for the summer holidays and I am really excited. This is the first time we have had a summer holiday break, being Ethan's reception year, and hubs and I have shared the holiday period between us, taking annual leave in turns, so that we can make the most of it.

There's been a post doing the rounds recently on Facebook etc. about how we only get 18 summers with our children, so all the more reason to make this one count.

We are looking ahead and planning a few things in and very much looking forward to the first thing on our list - a trip to Cadbury World.

I have only been once, on a school trip when I was about nine years old, so Ethan hasn't visited before and doesn't even know there is a world of chocolate to explore! He will flip!

We will be meeting and greeting some of Cadbury’s most iconic characters – shaking hands with Freddo, high fiving Mr Cadbury’s Parrot and posing for a selfie with the Caramel Bunny – at one of Cadbury World's character breakfasts, which start from 21st July. Ahead of our visit, I wanted to share the information about Cadbury World's summer holiday plans in case, like me, you are starting to plan ahead, and a full review of our visit to a character breakfast will follow in a couple of weeks once we have been ourselves...

No matter the weather, there’s no chance of the fun melting away at Cadbury World this summer with a magical entertainment programme throughout the school holidays to delight visitors of all ages. 

From 21st – 31st July, the attraction will raise the curtain on two original live shows which put families firmly in the spotlight. In Partytime with Freddo, guests can join the famous frog for fun and a sprinkling of mayhem in his birthday party preparations in a show packed full of audience participation.

Old and young alike can also rediscover a beloved fairytale in Storytime with the Caramel Bunny as, with the help of a few friends, she invites young audience members to become part of her favourite fable in an exciting interactive show. Guests can even share a picture-perfect moment with the Caramel Bunny herself after each performance.

Whilst the fun takes place on stage, guests can extend the family fun with an up-close and personal meet and greet with some of Cadbury’s most iconic characters at Cadbury World’s Character Breakfasts. As well as sharing personal magical moments with lovable characters including the Caramel Bunny, Mr Cadbury’s Parrot and Freddo, visitors can also tuck into a delicious treat of either a full English breakfast (vegetarian option also available), sausage, bacon or egg muffin, or American pancakes or waffle with Cadbury chocolate sauce, bananas and cream. All options are served with a choice of orange juice, tea, coffee or, of course, hot chocolate.

Those enjoying the Character Breakfast will also benefit from priority entry to Cadbury World and its two rides; the 4D Chocolate Adventure and Cadabra. Breakfast treats are priced from £6.99 per person and can be booked online at  

From 1st August – 2nd September, a variety of magicians, ventriloquists and entertainers will cast a magical spell over visitors with a host of family entertainment and live spectacles. Enjoy giggles and games for the whole family plus photo opportunities with the Cadbury Characters to make those ever-lasting memories.

All entertainment and live shows are included in the Cadbury World admission cost.

Beyond the range of additional activities, Cadbury World is packed full of fun and adventure for the whole family with an assortment of chocolatey zones to explore. Visitors can head to the 4D Chocolate Adventure zone to experience the feeling of riding the Crunchie Rollercoaster and diving into melted chocolate in a 4D cinema experience complete with motion seats, before heading over to the Chocolate Making zone to see the chocolatiers in action and taking a delicious taster for themselves.

Guests can experience the digital chocolate delights of the Purple Planet where they have the opportunity to grow their own virtual cocoa tree, dance in virtual chocolate rain and chase Creme Eggs, before heading to Advertising Avenue to come face-to-face with everyone’s favourite drumming gorilla. Younger visitors can make the most of the good weather at the African Adventure Play area, whilst parents can take advantage of the change to relax with a drink, snack or ice cream.

As well as The World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop, no visit is complete without a delicious pit-stop at the Cadbury Café, serving up a range of tasty treats including the famous Cadbury Rocky Road.

For more information about Cadbury World, or to book tickets, visit


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