This Roald Dahl Day we've asked our friends to be inspired by the ever marvellous Matilda and share their very own 13 Acts of Bravery.
We've teamed up with the Natural History Museum to share 13 ways that you can be brave just like Matilda and go on an adventure around the galleries.
Take on a T. rex
Stomp your way through the Museum and take on a life-size Tyrannosaurus rex.
Peek at a Python
Look past their slippery nature and discover the amazing anatomy of the Indian python.
Face Danger in the Field
It's not all lab work at the Museum – it takes a brave scientist to visit deserts, rainforests and the Arctic.
Stare down a Scorpion
There are creepy crawlies of all sizes in the collection – it's time to face your fears!
Team up with a Trailblazer
See fossils collected by Mary Anning, the unsung hero of fossil discovery.
Venture into a Volcano
Studying live volcanoes helps us understand eruptions.
Watch out for Wasps
Wasps are not to be feared. Learn how they support our ecosystem.
Step into the Solar System
Blast off on a space adventure to see the Moon, pieces of Mars and big meteorites.
Protect the Planet
Discover the largest creature that has ever lived and how we can work together to help protect endangered species.
Meet your Ancestors
Find out about one of our closest ancient ancestors.
Dare to Dive Deep
Go on an underwater expedition to see the diversity of water-dwelling life.
Experience an Earthquake
Learn about how scientists study earthquakes all over the world.
Discover the power of plants
The Wildlife Garden is home to over 3,000 species of British plants and animals.