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Dahl museum wins a tourism award

Roald Dahl
Roald Dahl is credited with reviving the art of children's books

A museum in Buckinghamshire dedicated to author Roald Dahl, best known for books such as Charlie and Chocolate Factory, has won a tourism award.

The Roald Dahl Museum, based in Great Missenden, was awarded the small visitor attraction in the Enjoy England Awards for Excellence.

The Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, won the title of large visitor attraction.

Strattons Hotel in Swaffham, Norfolk, won the sustainable tourism award.




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