We came to the Roald Dahl Museum in Easter Holidays. My 7 year old has read all his books so we thought it would be a treat for him. The place was easy to find and not at all crowded. The staff was friendly and helpful but I found it to be a bit over-priced, considering how small it actually is! The good thing is you can go out and come back again if you like the same day. we spent about 2 hours watching all the exhibits, the highlight being Roald's writing hut. The children got a chance to sit in a replica of Roald's writing chair and had their pics taken. We found the story telling a bit boring (with a 3 year old with us as well). So we went out to roam around the town. After buying some food from the local super market we went to see Roald's grave. We walked all the way to the church, had a picnic in the lawns and then went to see his grave. It can be easily spotted as it's near to the circular bench in the grave yard and big 'BFG' foot prints lead to his grave from the bench. All is all it was a fun day as it was a nice, clear day.
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