Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre (Great Missenden) Reviews
Description:81-83 High Street / Great Missenden / HP16 0AL / Buckinghamshire / England. / New venue which will chart the life and ... more
Newest Review: ... the village. Situated on the left of the main street, the Roald Dahl Museum is almost hidden amongst a row of terraced shops and houses. The actual museum itself looks like converted terraced houses and would be easy to walk straight past! Entering through the front of the building, you are greeted with the reception room on the left whilst the rest of the museum is a set of rooms based ... more
Customer Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre (Great Missenden) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/04/06, updated on 18/04/06 (Very useful, 2001 readings)
***Introduction*** Filling in those long days during half-term school holidays can seem interminable. These days I find myself a slave to the Internet more and more as I seek out new ideas. This particular half-term saw me resorting to a quick search on Google to hopefully return some suggestions. Scanning the deepest recesses of the Hinterweb, I ended up at www.kayukay.co.uk, which lists places to go in "Middle England with kids". Of the locations shown, the one that piqued my interest the most was the Roald Dahlís Childrenís Gallery in Aylesbury. In a bizarre twist of fate, whilst researching for even more information, I ended up locating a relatively ... Read the complete review
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