Visit our great little award-winning Museum, situated in the Buckinghamshire village where Roald Dahl lived and wrote for 36 years.
The Museum, aimed at 6 to 12 year olds, features three interactive galleries. Boy gallery looks at Roald Dahl's school days while Solo gallery houses his original Writing Hut. The Story Centre puts your imagination centre-stage with fantabulous activities to inspire the writer in you.
As well as three interactive galleries you can enjoy free drop-in crafts every day (closed most Mondays), and free storytelling at weekends and during the Buckinghamshire school holidays.
Additionally we run a packed programme of fun and lively workshops that are pre-bookable. Some of these incur a small charge; take a look at our What's On pages for full listings. These events can be booked by calling 01494 892192.
So much hands-on, I don't think my feet can keep up!
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a Museum visitor
September means back to school for many in the UK - but wherever you live, you'll want to get your hands on our school goodies...
We visit the Museum’s reading room, the Chokey, to talk to Archive Assistant Annie about her role caring for Roald Dahl’s manuscripts and letters
First published in August 1942, Shot Down Over Libya - later titled A Piece of Cake - was Roald Dahl's first paid piece of writing
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We're on the countdown to our annual celebration of the World's No. 1 Storyteller - Roald Dahl Day! Get set for 13 September...
Whether you're on school holidays or counting down the days to the weekend, we've got a few in- and outdoor games to keep you busy...
To celebrate the launch of Roald Dahl's Twit or Miss, we asked Popjammers to draw Mr Twit's iPad game - with surprising results...
Send us your Twit or Miss scores to be added to our Facebook album and you could win a scratch'n'sniff edition of Roald Dahl's The Twits