Easter at the Roald Dahl Museum
"The Museum’s ‘Big Friendly Summer’ will be filled with activities celebrating both the book and the release of Steven Spielberg’s big screen adaptation of The BFG"
The Roald Dahl Museum are marking the centenary of Roald Dahl’s birth with themed activity weeks and weekends focusing on each of his swishwiffling stories throughout the year
Take part in Marvellous Medicine Magic with Science Oxford on 13th March and George’s Marvellous Experiments on 20th March tying in with National Science Week. The Easter holidays will be focused on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory…of course! Channel your inner Willy Wonka with Whipple-scrumptious Easter Egg Decorating, Oompa-Loompa parties and chocolate factory themed crafts. You can also meet author Rachel Bright who’ll be reading from her story Love Monster and the Last Chocolate.
There will be storytelling and chocolatey clue trails every day. Take a look at roalddahl.com/museum for full details including dates, times and prices.
Forthcoming events include an opportunity to learn some Twits-inspired tricks and skills over the May Bank Holiday weekend and a visit from award-winning children’s book illustrator Korky Paul as part of the Matilda-themed May half term.
The Museum’s ‘Big Friendly Summer’ will be filled with activities celebrating both the book and the release of Steven Spielberg’s big screen adaptation of The BFG.
From 10th February to 3rd July, there’s an opportunity to see some rarely viewed treasures from the Museum’s archive as part of The Wondercrump World of Roald Dahl at London’s South Bank Centre.
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