A World Inside A Book: Gruffalos, Dragons and Other Creatures takes you on a trip into the magical 3-D technicolour world of the best loved children’s author, Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler, with the UK’s first immersive exhibition of their wonderful work.
But the tickets are selling fast for the exhibition that’s thrilled audiences of 20,000 since it opened in February, so you better be quick to catch it before it closes on Tuesday 22 December! A World Inside A Book: Gruffalos, Dragons and Other Creatures is open during the week, including weekends and for the rest of the summer school holidays as well as October half-term and the Christmas holidays.
Children and grown-ups have been delighted by the wonder of the installation that comes complete with plenty of surprises.
“We enjoyed the visit…it was such an amazing experience…making the story areas engaging and fun not only for the children but for the adults too!”
So why not creep into an enchanted world of forests, miniature houses, dragons and other creatures. Can you spot The Gruffalo? Can you Squash and Squeeze around a life-sized cow? What’s that flying overhead, could it be Zog? Be The Smartest Giant in Town, climb through The Highway Rat’s cave, rock hop through the Monkey Puzzle jungle, discover the underwater worlds of Tiddlerand The Snail and the Whale and take your seat for the ride of your life with Room on the Broom.
As an added an extra, arts and crafts activities, where you can make your own Julia Donaldson mini masterpiece, is included in your ticket to A World Inside A Book: Gruffalos, Dragons and Other Creatures.
Suitable for children aged 0-8 years old and their Family, ticket prices range from £3 – £7.35 for 45 minutes of pure magic.
Access performances are available and if you want to come outside of those performances Visual Guide available at our box office as well as Ear Defenders and an Accessibility guide with information about the exhibition, its dimensions etc plus accompanying pictures.
Make sure you keep an eye out for our 2020 exhibition featuring the wonderful worlds of Judith Kerr, including Mog the forgetful cat and everyone’s favourite – The Tiger Who Came to Tea.
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