The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition on tour
Get up close to the beloved artwork from Judith Kerr’s much-loved children’s classic picture book, 'The Tiger Who Came To Tea', at an exhibition touring National Trust places until late April 2020.
Celebrating the book's 50th anniversary and over five million copies sold, The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition is now at Quarry Bank, Cheshire. In addition to displays of Judith Kerr’s delightful illustrations, the exhibition will feature storytelling, a family trail, fully interactive play kitchen and a life-size model tiger knocking at the door for tea.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition continues from Quarry Bank on a nationwide tour (scroll down for full details), bringing this picture book, loved by so many children around the world, to a new generation of family audiences. Milk and two sugars please.
You'll be able to enjoy the exhibition at the following Trust places:
Saturday 7 March – Sunday 26 April: Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan
This exhibition has been originated by Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books.