My son and his friend both 9 love Roald Dahl's books so we trekked over to the museum. Parking is cheap (and a public loo there too) about 300 yds walk away £1,80 for three hours but you could do the whole thing in less than one hour tops.
It is all about the author and very little about the actual stories. Not terribly interactive and terribly small. I found it boring and the boys more so. Family ticket £21 so not cheap either. You get a quiz to do and if you complete it you get a special Top Trumps card about RD which you cant get anywhere in the world apart from here. This means you are plagued to buy the TT card game in the stuffed and expensive shop. Do look at the prints at £100 wont you? Didn't use the cafe but there is a nice little place at the crossroads near the car park. We went to the tring Natural History Museum (20 mins away) free entrance and parking and brilliant. Try that instead.
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