Small Worlds at The Story Museum allows young children under five and their parents the opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of Oxford for an hour.
This 60-minute structured storytelling and play session welcomes visitors to its magical patchwork world.
Inside Small Worlds, you’ll be greeted with a kind smile and introduction, an engaging song, and the featured traditional tale.
What can we expect?
Afterward, you can burn off some energy and explore five unique story zones at your leisure.
These beautifully themed areas allow you to:
- Go on a bear hunt
- Crawl into Traction Man’s under-sink world
- Unwind in the soft glow of the Night Safe
- Take a ride on the Story Bus
- Get lost in stories in Winnie and Wilbur’s miniature theatre
There’s a thematic craft activity alongside a wealth of stories for you to read together and loads of interactive play opportunities.
Before it’s time to go, you gather around once more on the giant patchwork bed for a final story and goodbye song.
Is The Story Museum worth a visit?
It is indeed worth a visit and an amazing family day out! The gallery is designed for pre-school children and the storytelling is enchanting, engaging and interactive.
The free-play element of the session is invaluable for younger children and the gallery offers a vibrant and secure environment to explore.
The Story Museum is a truly immersive experience and one of the best things to do in Oxford with a baby or toddler!
There are numerous timed sessions throughout the day and tickets are £5. Under 1’s receive a complimentary ticket.
Book tickets for The Story Museum on their website.
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