CADBURY World has revealed their Halloween event this year, Halloween Spooktacular, with kids and adults welcome to explore the famous attraction with a spooky theme.
Running from October 17 to November 1, guests will be able to enjoy free samples of chocolate as well as attractions along the way.
Kids will love Cadbury World’s new spooky event this year, starting next monthCredit: Handout
Attractions include the Freddo Haunted Mansion where guests can help the frog uncover a mystery ghost through games, while the 4D Chocolate Adventure Ride sees kids ride the Crunchie rollercoaster and dive into a vat of liquid chocolate through the cinematic experience.
Of course, free chocolate can be tried at the Chocolate Making zone, which families can walk through themselves – as well as have a go at piping their names in chocolate in the Have A Go zone.
Also open during the Halloween event is the World’s Biggest Cadbury Shop which will have the full range of sweet treats available, as well as exclusive spooky treats such as chocolate pumpkins.
Cadbury World has announced their Halloween event this year, where you can meet the Freddo Frog
Diane Mitchell, marketing manager at Cadbury World said: “Our chocolatey zones are open with plenty of tasty delights, including our Advertising Avenue and African Adventure Play Area.
“We’re also delighted to bring back our fang-tastic Halloween Spooktacular in time for October half-term, so the whole family can get in the spooky mood!”
The parks other experiences such as character dining or afternoon teas, are not currently open due to the pandemic.
Cadbury World has new rules and restrictions due to coronavirus which includes limited capacity, social distancing rules and hand-washing stations.
Guests need to prebook to visit Halloween Spooktacular, with tickets from £18 for adults and £13.25 for kids. Kids under four go free.
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