Leading entertainment discovery platform, Fever, have announced that they are bringing The Chocolate Factory to Manchester.
The experience will arrive this month, after its success in Madrid, Barcelona and London.
The Chocolate Factory aims to immerse visitors in a world of sweets, where sight, smell, and taste all bring this candy-themed adventure to life.
Plenty of surprises await guests in this mouth-watering immersive multisensory experience, say organisers.
As you walk through the experience, which will be held at The Trafford Centre, you’ll move from Chocolate Town to the Cupcake Room, and from the Ball Pit to Cloudland.
It is full of selfie opportunities, and there are countless enchanting backdrops.
But you won’t just be able to admire the magical sweets; you’ll be able to eat some, too.
Finally, guests will arrive inside The Chocolate Factory itself, where they can taste all the tantalising treats they’ve glimpsed during their visit.
Think chocolates, lollipops, gummy bears, and much more.
The Chocolate Factory offers the opportunity to take a trip through different worlds, every room filled with new discoveries.
The full experience lasts approximately 60 minutes.
Fever, who have revolutionised the world of entertainment since 2015, inspire over 40 million people every month to discover the best experiences in their cities.
They are known for their Fever Original experiences such as Candlelight, The Little Mermaid Cocktail Experience and most recently the Los Angeles based Stranger Things: Drive Into Experience in collaboration with Netflix.
Tickets for The Chocolate Factory at the Trafford Centre, Trafford Park, Stretford, Manchester M17 8AA, are on sale now, with prices for children starting from £13.50 and family bundles available. Opening times, Opening hours (time slots available every half hour) are: Fridays: 4.30 pm – 7.30 pm (last entry); Saturdays: 10.30 am – 7.30pm (last entry); and Sundays: 12pm – 4.30pm (last entry). Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult; free entry for children under two. This event is wheelchair accessible. Tickets are available here.