Cadbury World Parking
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Cadbury World is a popular tourist attraction located in the historic Bournville village, which is the site of the original 'Factory in a Garden'. Richard and George Cadbury in 1879 chose to relocate their expanding business from Birmingham's City Centre to the countryside only a short 4 miles away.
Mondelez who owns Cadbury is the second largest confectionery manufacturer in the world. Cadbury World first opened on 14th August 1990 and expanded greatly over the years improving the chocolate havens wonderland. It steadily became one of Birmingham’s biggest attractions with well over 500,000 people visiting there every year, especially children and students.
Cadbury world offers 14 different zones which explore the story of the Cadbury business and chocolate through numerous methods such as a multi-sensory cinema, animatronics, static sets, interactive displays and activities and staff chocolate demonstrations. Delve into the history of chocolate, including new Bournville zones and set your taste buds tingling with some chocolate samples. Take a ride on the Cabara, have afternoon chocolate tea in the restaurant and let your children burn off some energy in the African adventure play area.
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Parking at Cadbury World
Cadbury World has its own large private onsite car park which includes extensive disabled bays which are found directly outside the entrance to Cadbury World and along with plenty of standard spaces.
The car park is located directly outside of Cadbury World.
Parking at Cadbury World is free of charge to all of those who use the car park.
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Cadbury World is a 15 minute walk from Bournville Train Station.
Bournville station is operated by the Cross-City Line from Birmingham New Street station. New Street serves cities across the midlands as well as direct trains into London Euston, the North and West of England.
Birmingham New Street station to Bournville train station is a half an hour train journey.
The buses 11A, 11C, 27 and 48 all stop close to Cadbury world on Woodbrooke Road which is only a 5 minute walk away.
There are also multiple National express coaches that stop within a five to 20 minute walk of Cadbury world. Those who book through National Express West Midlands can get 30% off of the general admission price to Cadbury world.
Postcode for Sat Nav is B30 1JR.
Cadbury World sits close to countless motorways and A roads and can be reached from all over England:
- From the North West use the M6
- From the North East and Yorkshire use the M1
- From the South West use the M5
- From the South use the A34 and M40
- From the East use the M1 or A14
- From London and the South East use the M40 and M42
From Bournville train station, Cadbury World is a 15 minute walk.
Birmingham International Airport is the closest airport to Cadbury World.
It is a 30 minute drive away and is also directly connected by train from Birmingham International station to Birmingham New Street station
International station to New Street is a nine minute train journey.
New Street station to Bournville is a 30 minute train journey.
Disabled Parking at Cadbury World
There are ample disabled bays located directly outside of the entrance to the Cadbury world, with ample space to remove wheelchairs from vehicles. Blue badge holders who park in disabled bays must still display blue badges in vehicles at all times even though parking is free for all users of the car park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Cadbury World, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Birmingham. The closest ones to Cadbury World are:
- Selly Okay Shopping Park Croft Car Park
- Royal Orthopaedic Hospital
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Cadbury World car park is exclusive to visitors of Cadbury World. It is open 9am to 4.30pm on Saturday and Sunday which are the opening times of Cadbury World. There is no overnight parking available at this car park.
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Is there free parking at Cadbury World?
Yes, Cadbury World offers free parking to all of those visiting the chocolate factory; this includes parking for blue badge holders in disabled bays.
Do you get free chocolate at Cadbury World?
You definitely do, your ticket includes 4 mini chocolate bars and a mini cup of melted chocolate. Then go and visit the massive chocolate shop and purchase some to take home.
How much does it cost to go to Cadbury World?
Admissions are as follows:
Adults - £18.00
Children (aged 4-15 years) - £13.25
Under 4 years - free
Senior citizens & students (student id required) - £13.65
Family of 4 ticket (max 2 adults)- £53.80
Family of 5 ticket (max 2 adults) - £64.60
(as seen on the Cadbury world website)
How much time do you need to go around the Cadbury World?
Visitors tend to spend around 3 to 4 hours exploring the magical chocolate world of Cadbury.
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