Visit the Roald Dahl Museum, a great little family attraction in the heart of Roald Dahl country.
Get hands-on in the three galleries, packed with activities perfect for 6 to 12 year olds and their families. Find out about Roald Dahl's school pranks, peek into the author's original Writing Hut, and discover how Roald Dahl's real-life adventures inspired his stories. The Museum puts your imagination centre-stage to help you and your family create your own swashboggling stories - just like Roald Dahl did.
Add some extra sparkle to your visit with one of our wondrous workshops inspired by Roald Dahl's books and stories.
From awesome author visits to arty, crafty fun - there's something for everyone. “But I’m an adult!” I hear you cry – don’t worry, you can join in too.
Take a look at our What's On pages for full listings to pick yours.
Roald Dahl Nurse Giselle reflects on the Roald Dahl 'Transition of Care' Nursing Conference and what having a specialist nurse can do for young people moving from child to adult healthcare services.
Enjoy family workshops and activities inspired by things that fly in Roald Dahl's books - from the giant peach to the great glass elevator.
Roald Dahl Nurse Neil talks about the importance of transition services for young people moving to adult healthcare services.
Roald Dahl was a great fan of sports, and he used the May chapter of My Year to extoll the virtues of playing games.
Roald Dahl Children’s Nurse Lesley McCarthy supports leading national children’s charity Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity to raise vital funds for seriously ill children, young people and their families.
Check out these brand new pin badges and keyrings featuring designs taken from Roald Dahl's stories!
Matilda is a story about a little girl with telekinesis - but why did Roald Dahl give her special powers?
Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity has appointed Louise Griew as its new chief executive.