May half term is almost here and if you’re stuck for ideas to keep the family entertained, Cadbury World could be the place for you.
The attraction is offering a new Festival of Fun show with Freddo from Saturday, May 28 until Sunday, June 5.
Guests can look forward to a day of music, magic and excitement during the live show which is set to take place in the on-site marquee and with 10 performances scheduled each day, there’s plenty of time to fit it in.
LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR SUNDAY 5TH JUNE!! Celebate The Queen’s Platinum Juiblee with us. 🤩👑
To mark Her Majesty The Queen’s 70-year reign, join us for a special tea at Cadbury World.
— Cadbury World (@CadburyWorld) May 24, 2022
The marquee will be decked out with bunting for the occasion and Freddo, the Caramel Bunny and family entertainers will be in attendance.
Tickets for the tea and cake experience cost an extra £4.95 for adults and £3.95 for children.
There’s two sittings to choose from, one being 2-3pm and the other 3-4pm.
Things to do and see at Cadbury World this May half term
There’s a variety of activities you and your family can get up to during May half term at Cadbury World, including:
- Ride through Beanville on the Cadabra ride
- Come across the drumming gorilla in Advertising Avenue
- Outdoor African Adventure Play – tube slides, climbing zones and rope bridges
- Separate under 5s zone – a good place to relax and grab a snack
- Cadbury Shop and Cadbury Café
Planning on visiting us this half-term?! Remember to catch Freddo in his festival on fun, BRAND NEW stage show🎭🐸
🌟Expect magic & excitement as we dance the summer away in style!
🎟 All entertainment is included with your Cadbury World tickets. pic.twitter.com/76Tc4LMYh6
— Cadbury World (@CadburyWorld) May 19, 2022
How to book tickets to Cadbury World this May half term
If you’d like to enjoy the fun at Cadbury World this half term, here’s how you can.
Pre-booking tickets is essential for May half term and you can book yours and find out more information via the Cadbury World website.
When booking your tickets, you’ll need to add additional tickets to your basket and buy them at the same time as your Cadbury World standard admission tickets if you want to attend the Jubilee Tea.
Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World, said: “We’re excited to be inviting families to our chocolatey world this May half term, where they can enjoy our all-new live stage show, Freddo’s Festival of Fun, as well as join in with the national celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee!”
To find out more about Cadbury World’s half term activities and to book your tickets, visit the Cadbury World website.