Cadbury World has launched a brand new Parent & Toddler pass to help families save money on days out, complete with perks such as special storytelling sessions and a fun activity trail for kids. The Birmingham-based attractions' new ticket costs GBP16 and allows entry for one adult and one child aged five or under. (Child tickets usually cost GBP15 for those aged 4-15, while adult tickets are usually GBP19).
The tickets will also include a special storytime session with Freddo every Thursday until July 1, where families can learn the tales of Freddo's adventures at a circus - complete with magic tricks, dance sessions and even some circus tricks. There will also be a special trail with clues hidden throughout the attraction that kids can try and solve, with a special Freddo gift for any child who takes part. The discounted pass is valid for entry between Monday to Friday during term time, and can already be booked on cadburyworld.co.uk.
Simply enter the code CWTODDLERS2021 at checkout.(C) Cadbury World A sign for Cadbury World
During the pandemic, pre-booking for the attraction is essential. There's plenty more to explore during your day out including an interactive Purple Planet where you can chase Creme Eggs, a ride in a car on the Cadabra attraction through a magical chocolate land, and even a 4D Chocolate Adventure zone. For those who don't live nearby, you may also want to check out Tripadvisor's round-up of the best hotels near Cadbury World.
If you're looking for more fun things to do with toddlers, we've got you covered. For a start, we've rounded up the UK's best theme parks for toddlers that are sure to also appeal if you've got older kids coming along. Meanwhile, theme parks like Legoland and Alton Towers also offer discounts for those visiting with toddlers.
Then there's our Days Out page which we regularly update with new ideas, ticket discounts and more sales that we think are worth having on your radar.
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