Mog’s Remarkable Adventures at Nymans

Calling all bookworms and fans of Mog the Forgetful Cat! Have you ever dreamed of reliving the charming adventures of Mog? The good news is, now you can experience the immersive world of Mog at Nymans National Trust! This delightful family trail allows children and adults alike to enjoy the escapades of the beloved Mog character from Judith Kerr’s classic stories.

The fun begins on May 6th and runs until July 21st, with extracts from Judith Kerr’s famous books guiding the way around the garden. You’ll be able to relive some of Mog’s adventures as you follow the trail through Nymans National Trust. HarperCollins Publishers has partnered with the National Trust to ensure a fun-filled family experience.

And it’s not just about following Mog the Forgetful Cat around the garden. The Story Room offers all sorts of exciting activities that revolve around Mog and her family. You can sit at the family breakfast table and pretend you’re having breakfast with the famous forgetful feline. Alternatively, you could try out the dress-up booth and become a character from the Mog story! Lastly, you can increase your enjoyment of the event by listening to readings of classic Mog tales. It’s a wonderful opportunity for youngsters to enjoy reading and listen to some delightful tales.

Are you a fan of Mog the Forgetful Cat? Perhaps you’re not yet familiar with the character. Whatever your situation, this exciting event provides an enjoyable opportunity for both children and adults to relive Mog’s amusing escapades. Parents can create fun-packed and unforgettable memories with their children while exploring Nymans garden. It’s surely one of the most excited and educational activities for kids.

Get ready to explore Mog’s world in Nymans garden, dress up as favourite characters, listen to readings of classic stories and cherish unforgettable memories with your loved ones. Do not miss out on the experience; it’s perfect for a fun-filled family day out!

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