But Nitin's parent-child tour must be one of the attractions, which is very suitable for families with children. There are two kinds of tickets, 22 NZ including tour guides and watching the chocolate waterfall, 5 NZ can only be a simple visit, no chocolate waterfall. Of course we chose the former. No photos can be taken during the visit. After entering, the feeling and expectation are still a little different. The tour guide just takes you to know the whole process of chocolate making. There is no factory scene, only a few machines placed there. Although many kinds of chocolates have been distributed for you to taste, to tell the truth, I don't like it very much. It tastes so sweet! Even dolls are not very fond of eating. The final chocolate waterfall is not as beautiful as you might imagine. It's a big pot of chocolate juice pouring down. Although it's shocking, it always looks dirty. Now, Dunedin's Cadbury Chocolate Factory is more of a symbol, after all, it was on the verge of bankruptcy when the enthusiastic Dunedin people mobilized public donations to save it.