Amble down the hill from Great Missenden Station through the sweet and narrow streets and you can’t miss the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre – just look out for the Quentin Blake murals on its walls. The content inside is aimed at six-12 year-olds and makes a fantastic interactive day out. The doors look and smell like bars of chocolate and there are touch-screen archives to explore; kids can also sit in Roald Dahl’s writing chair in the grubby hut he used to write in. Visiting children are also issued with a Story Ideas Book to record their inspiration and ideas as they wander around. There’s a craft room, dressing-up clothes and the chance to make photo-fit characters or stop-motion animation films. Storytelling takes place daily – in the courtyard on sunny days or in Miss Honey’s classroom if it’s wet. Keep a look out for author events and workshops, which feature puppet-making, plate decorating, cooking with chocolate and more. The museum’s Café Twit is worth a visit and there are also village and countryside trails featuring Dahl-related points of interest you can pick up from the ticket desk.