From Roald Dahl's BFG sandal to the first draft of Matilda, find out about some of our archive's treasures
Spend some quality family together-time at the Museum this Christmas
Archive Assistant Tilly takes a walk around Roald Dahl's home village of Great Missenden
A lyrical love affair with the countryside re-printed after 20 years
Roald Dahl thought it was essential to make children laugh and squirm when reading The Twits.
Roald Dahl knew how important it was to make his readers laugh. We take a look in the Roald Dahl archive for some mischief and humour...
We've got lots of lovely new crockery for you to get your mitts on. Excellent for endless cups of warming tea now autumn has arrived or as a gorgeous gift!
Join us for a mischievous week this October half-term with Roald Dahl-themed workshops and a Mischief Makers trail.
Stories are good for you
Roald Dahl said, "If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely."
We believe in doing good things.
Ten percent of The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited’s (company number 11099347) operating profit goes to charity. This all means we give lots of money to good causes. Did you know that in 2017 we arranged for over £1,500,000 of donations to be made to charitable and worthy causes? If you didn’t know that, your head is emptier than a bondungle!