Visited today in the Easter holidays with my almost 7 year old son. . Pre-booked museum and craft (twig mugs), tickets over the phone and collected them on arrival with no problems. My son loved that each child was given an Ideas Book and pencil so they could start writing their own story, and he enjoyed the Oopa Lumpa quiz which resulted in a prize of a 'limited edition' Roald Dahl Top Trumps card (we bought the full pack on the way out). Lizzie that led the story telling session was fantastic and Isy that delivered the Twit mugs painting session was endlessly patient mixing new colours for the children. The craft room at the rear of the museum was great, as was the chance to sit in Roald's chair and make movies and stories of your own. The Twits Cafe was well stocked, though at almost £6 the kids lunch bag was a little expensive I felt, that's the only vaguely negative thing I can think of. We had a great day and spent almost four hours there, including the craft session ( an extra £3), and lunch.
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