Meet the iconic children’s character, the Tiger Who Came To Tea in a special pop-up exhibition celebrating 50 Years since the publication of Judith Kerr’s classic.
Join Rowallane for storytelling, crafts, trails and much more inspired by the Tiger.
In association with Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books.
Celebrating the much-loved children’s classic book TheTiger Who Came To Tea, the exhibition originated by Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children's Books, features copies of Judith Kerr's original illustrations and promises to bring this delightful book to life for a new generation of family audiences.
Judith Kerr's first picture book, The Tiger Who Came to Tea began as a bedtime story for her own children and was published in 1968, soon becoming a classic, selling millions of copies worldwide. Alongside copies of original artwork, notes and sketches, children can then enjoy stepping into Sophie's kitchen to have tea with a life-size tiger.
Normal admission, National Trust members free admission and donations welcome.
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