The Roald Dahl Museum Features Fun Interactive Exhibits for Kids

By: Laura McQuarrie - Feb 27, 2016
References: roalddahl & theguardian
A visit to The Roald Dahl Museum gives kids and families the chance to get to know the house where the famed author lived 36 years of his life and penned many great stories.

In the museum, exhibits explore some of Dahl's life and creative process and encourage kids to think about how ideas and words can come together to form incredible stories. Inside the space, there are a number of interactive stations that engage kids with the chance to dress up, make up nonsensical words or compare themselves to some of the writer's most well-known characters.

The Roald Dahl Museum also hosts free storytelling sessions and workshops that must be booked in advance. Right now, the museum is putting on James and the Giant Peach-themed activities for kids to partake in every day.