There's plenty to do on your tour of the site, which is easily reached from the centre of Birmingham by bus or car.
Most people know a little about chocolate's origins from Mexico, but this exhilarating cinema show brings its history to life in a truly engaging way. You'll also discover how Cadbury creates its unique taste, beloved across the UK and beyond.
Watch a live presentation of techniques that go into making Cadbury chocolate, and you can also have a go yourself. The experts on hand are always delighted to answer any questions about the chocolate making process.
This is a great place for the kids to have some active fun while you relax for a while on the tour. There's a wheelchair accessible play area and also a special zone for very little guests, under five years old, to enjoy.
Find the biggest selection of Cadbury products in the world at the gift shop. There's every kind of Cadbury chocolate, soft toy, and souvenir imaginable. You'll be sure to find something to delight those back home, or pick up something to treat yourself.
There's plenty more to see when you stay nearby, with landmarks and top shopping locations easily reached in Birmingham.
One of the country's biggest shopping centres, with an enormous variety of retail outlets as well as places to eat or go for a drink. The centre's bull statue has become one of the symbols of the city.
See sharks, octopi, giant sea turtles, and much more at this huge aquarium in town. Admire the majestic creatures and learn about conservation efforts in the displays and 4D cinema.
The premier centre for art in the city, this has been a centre for culture since Victorian times. It's also home to the Staffordshire Hoard, which is the biggest single find of Anglo-Saxon gold ever discovered.
Another great place to take the kids when on holiday. As well as all the usual favourites like lions and many species of monkey, there's a farmyard area where you can get up close and even try your hand at milking a cow.