There are in total, 14 different areas that explain different periods, and there are a couple of attractions that have interactive zones. The first zone explains the Aztecs, and how they would trade 100 Cacao beans for a slave. For the second it show how the cacao beans were brought to Europe.Three and onwards, it is based in England, showing how John Cadbury's company developed and expanded, from manufacturing to packaging and advertising. Cadabra is the special ride that shows a cute animation of Cocoa Beans.
From then on, you can write your name in chocolate, create a green screen figure of yourself as a chocolate statue, and many other various activities. There is a giant playground near the entrance and car park, which me, my sister and my cousin loved as we love playgrounds! Finally, at the very rear end is the best part- Essence. You can actually make your own flavour of chocolate and actually eat it!! A Chocolate Day or what??????