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London attractions: Indulge your sweet tooth at the M&M store
Published: Wednesday 1st of May 2013
Posted by Samantha Reed
If you have a bit of a sweet tooth, then don't miss out on M&M's World London, which is undoubtedly one of the city's most delicious attractions.
This lively and colourful attraction is spread over four scrumptious floors and is something of a homage to the popular chocolate brand.
Not only do you get a chance to sample the chocolate, but you also get a chance to meet some of the best known and well-loved characters associated with the brand.
The 35000 feet outlet is known to be one of the largest candy stores in the world and also features plenty of merchandise, as well as the actual sweets themselves of course.
Additionally, the attraction is home to a special chocolate wall which gives guests the chance to create their own special blend using 22 colours.
This attraction is also known to have a Disney-like atmosphere to it as the jubilant staff are known for dancing and cheering a lot. In fact, the store is likely to have you dancing and cheering too!
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