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Bears go back into hibernation

Much fun and frivolity was seen at our Teddy Bear Affair with 500 visitors enjoying the event.  We counted 254 bears throughout the Museum but they have now disappeared and feeling rather squeezy packed in vac bags. Read more about Bears go back into hibernation >

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Teddy Bear Affair

Only one week to go and the Museum is nearly full with teddy bears.

Tiny Ted's Birthday Party is coming together, Princess Teddiana is preparing her boudoir for visitors and Vincent Von Bear is tidying his studio ready to greet budding artists. Read more about Teddy Bear Affair >

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Teddy Bears are waking up !!

Our last Teddy Bear Affair was in 2011, so thats a long time in hibernation and the bears are happy to be out and about for this event. Read more about Teddy Bears are waking up !! >

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Christmas High Tea

Santa is here ........... it is now Christmas countdown! Read more about Christmas High Tea >

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Old King Cole was a hoot

During the school holidays guests came along to the Nursery Rhyme Hotel.  They were given a 'key' that would unlock the secrets of Nursery Rhymes.  Read more about Old King Cole was a hoot >

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Nursery Rhyme Hotel

Preparation for our school holiday event 13th-20th July is going along smoothly.  We are asking our guests to unlock the secrets of nursery rhymes as they visit 10 themed rooms, including Mother Goose's Library, Polly's Parlour, the 10-in-a-Bed room and the Dainty Dish Dining Room.  We have organ Read more about Nursery Rhyme Hotel >

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