This Easter, the Roald Dahl Museum is the perfect place to introduce the little ones to the writer's classic stories, plus it's more or less the home of chocolate (giant Wonka bars provide the doorway to one room). There will be craft activities, storytelling, galleries depicting Dahl's most famous creations, and an Easter egg hunt around the museum, with prizes for children who manage to find all the eggs. For grown-ups, and new for this season, you can see the garden hut where Dahl wrote daily for 35 years, including his tatty armchair and collection of curios – among them, the hip-bone he had removed during the second world war. You can also explore Dahl's village haunts, by way of a marked-out trail.
• 81-83 High Street, Great Missenden, 01494 892192, roalddahlmuseum.org, 3-13 April, 10am–5pm Tue-Fri, 11am-5pm Sat 7 April, closed Monday 9 April, adult £6, child (5-18 years) £4