Character Breakfast Weekends at Cadbury World
This morning we set of in the sunshine for a fun filled day at Cadbury World in Bournville.
We were invited to share some magical moments with the lovable Cadbury characters as we tucked into a delicious breakfast treat all set up in a private area of the Cadbury Café conservatory. It was all set out really nicely, the tables were laid out with activity sheets and colouring crayons for the kids to keep them occupied whilst we waited (which wasn't very long) There was a great choice for breakfast which you chose when you book online. Three of us went for the Full English Breakfast, whilst Ryan went for the American Pancakes, Banana, Chocolate sauce and Cream. There was plenty of photo opportunities to pose for selfies, high five Freddo or dance along with the rather charming Caramel Bunny. The Character Breakfast are not just breakfast though as they also include priority entry into Cadbury World and its two rides, the 4D Chocolate Adventure and The Cadabra Ride.
The Character Breakfast is only available on selected weekends:
7th-8th, 14th - 15th & 21st - 31st July.
Visitors are asked to arrive at 9:30 am with entry into Cadbury World then at 10:20 am. Character Breakfasts must be booked at least 48 hours prior to arrival at Cadbury World.
Breakfast Prices start from £6.99 per person plus your standard admission. All breakfasts are served with a choice of orange juice, tea, coffee or, of course, hot chocolate.
Our breakfast with the characters was great fun, the kids really loved it. The staff were so friendly and helpful and everyone made a real effort to look after the children. Breakfast was delicious and the drinks were great too. Lily's hot chocolate did look really good. Ryan's favourite part was at the end where we were all given two full sized bars of chocolate each.
Once breakfast was over, we then headed into the Cadbury World Tour which is always great fun. Lily and I have both been a few times before but it was a first visit for Ryan and daddy who were looking forward to seeing how Cadbury all began. There's a lot to see and do once inside. Lots of visual shows and games to play and join in with. My favourite parts are always the factory parts where you get too see how it's all being made and even have a go at some of things they're doing too. We got to write our names in chocolate which was fun and then got too taste some too which was even better. I mean who doesn't love a cup or warm melted chocolate covered in two toppings of your choice from the section available.
There was Fudge pieces, Crunchie pieces, Marshmallows, Popping Candy and more.
Cadbury World is such a great place to visit, if you've never been before, it's well worth going. You get to learn so much about how it all started and how it came to grow so big.
Once outside, there's loads more fun to be had. The 4D Chocolate Adventure was really good, you get to sit in a big comfy chair that moves along with a fun film. I won't spoil what it was all about but there was bubbles, water and lots of wind too. Both Lily and Ryan loved it.
Also outside there's a big play area which is fab, the kids could have stayed there playing all day but sadly Mummy forgot the sun cream so we didn't want to stay out in the sun too long. In the Cadbury World on-site marquee, there were lots of exciting entertainment shows going on which are all included in the standard ticket price. From story time with Caramel Bunny to Party time with Freddo, there's some great shows to get you in out of the sun.
It's been a lovely day and we've all had a lovely time. Ryan can't wait to go again some day.
If you think you'd like to find out about visiting Cadbury World or attending one of their Character Breakfasts you can here at: www.cadburyworld.co.uk .
Disclosure: We were invited to a Cadbury World Character Breakfast for free in return for an honest review. All opinions and photographs are all 100% honest and all my own.