M&M's World, London
Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
The world's largest candy store at 3,250 sq m (35,000 sq ft), M&M's World was built as part of a larger plan to regenerate the area. Take a quiz that matches you with your perfect color M&M, then shop chocoholic style among the aisles of merchandise, where you'll find the faces of the iconic M&M's candies on all types of products. Before leaving, take a look at the wall depicting the history of Leicester Square and how it's changed over the years. Use our London family vacation planner to arrange your visit to M&M's World and other attractions in London.
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Activité plus que géniale et gourmande ! J'ai visité le M&M's world de Las vegas mais celui de Londres est tellement mieux et plus " ludique "Activity more than great and tasty! I visited the M & m's world Las vegas but that London is so much better and more "fun"show original
Don't get me wrong it's a nice shop with interesting things to look at and dancing M&Ms but at the end of the day it's just a sweet shop selling M&M sweets and memorabilia... worth a look in if you're... read more »
Leuk om een keer gezien te hebben. Het ruikt bij de ingang erg naar nep chocolade. Veel verdiepingen, maar heel veel dezelfde producten op iedere etage. Denk ik wel heel leuk voor kinderen.Nice to have a time. It smells very at the entrance to fake chocolate. Many floors, but very much the same products on every floor. I think be really fun for children.show original
Lee Nomedal - LaFon
When we visited London on of the main places I was told to see was M&M's World. If you are a big fan of M&M's, well, this is the place for you. There is everything from a bag of M&M's you would buy at your local store, to an opportunity to make your own with your words on them. It is a huge store - 3 levels as I recall - possibly 4 - packed full of M&M souvenirs, gifts and of course candy. I was personally not very comfortable there due to how busy the store is, with little room even to walk among the aisles so the throngs of people made this a two day visit. The first day I was unwilling to go up to the upper levels simply because there were so many people there. If you have young children be forewarned you will spend all of your time simply trying to keep track of them. I recommend visiting on a week day, and not on the weekend, but overall it is an amazing display. Bright colors and shapes everywhere dazzles the eyes - and the (overpriced?) candy and souvenirs will satisfy any gift giving desires you might have. I probably would return there the next time I am in London.
Utterly bizarre place. If you're for some reason completely fanatical about something as innocuous as a chocolate brand, you'll enjoy it. For the rest of us, it's just confusing. They don't even seem to have the American types in here? We were looking for mint ones...
Its smells gross, its overpriced, staff are useless, dont have any manners, are really boring. I would not go again. Its silly. Its only chocolate yet they attemp to get uou to pay £5 for a tiny plastic container of them. There are a ridiculous amount of staff and they stalk you about acting as if your about to steal something. Never again!
Great place to look around, but don't entirely see the point of it. 3 floors of M&M marked products and souvenirs, most overpriced, some completely and utterly ridiculous, but still fun. There is also a huge M&M mix-and-match area
It was colorful and fun but is allso a lot mony to biy stuffbut other then that the place is good
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