This month we went to check out The Tiger Who Came To Tea exhibit at Weaver Hall and we were not left disappointed. It was so much fun!

We’ve put together a handy blog which takes you through what you can expect to see as well as the finer details.

Where is it?

The exhibition is located on the ground floor of Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse, at the Temporary Exhibition Gallery.

The exact address is: 162 London Road, Northwich, Cheshire CW9 8AB United Kingdom. 

What is it?

It’s a family-friendly exhibition which is running in celebration of Judith Kerr’s much-loved children’s book! The exhibition features a life-size model tiger and even an exact copy of the artwork from the iconic picture book.

The book is about a girl called Sophie, her mother, and a cheeky tiger who gate-crashes their afternoon tea and eats all the food they have!

Although the book was first published in 1968, it still remains hugely popular.

when is it?

The exhibition has been running from the 21st of May and will be on until the 3rd of July.


Simply turn up during Weaver Hall’s opening hours! Make sure you check it out whilst you can. Having gone ourselves, we can vouch for the fact that this exhibition is the summer treat for all the family.

Click here for more details or find out more about the event by giving Weaver Hall a call on: 01606 271640

tiger who came to tea
tiger who came to tea