This 35,000 square feet store selling M&Ms products and merchandise is the largest candy store in the world.
The majority of the store is taken up by rather expensive merchandise (for example; £7 for an M&M branded plastic bowl, £30 for a plastic bracelet), T-shirts, soft toys and M&M characters in all shapes and sizes. The staff cheer and dance a lot, presumably in an effort to bring a Disney-like atmosphere to the place; something that’s difficult to carry off on a cold and miserable day in London.
Of course, you can actually buy M&M’s here. As well as M&M filled plastic boxes in every size & shape imaginable, one corner of the shop is devoted to huge glass cylinders filled with M&M’s in a multitude of colours. But none of the more exotic American flavours are currently available, due (as I understand it) to EU restrictions on the sale some of the additives used.
This shop is aimed squarely at tourists and those with small children, in a similar fashion to Cadbury World. It’s probably not a place for real chocolate lovers, and definitely not somewhere for those who suffer from migraines or anxiety related disorders. Those with kids will love the bright colours and loud noises, but if that’s not your thing, this might not be your kind of place.
Buying M&M’s Online
We’re often asked where M&M’s and M&M merchandise can be purchased online. The merchandise is not currently available to buy online, but you can buy personalised M&M’s here. Perfect for parties, special events or a unique gift. Save £10 when you spend over £60 with voucher code MYMMS4. Offer ends 5th February.
Video: M&M’s World London
Huge glass cylinders packed full of M&M's in a rainbow of colours, merchandise branded with M&M characters and collectible boxes full of candy.
Interactive Area Map
M&M’s World has multiple branches. Select a shop from the list on the right for detailed information and detailed maps.