The Canterbury Heritage Museum incorporates Anglo-Saxon fortunes, Oliver Postgate's Thomas Becket story, the Tudors, Joseph Conrad's study, the Blitz display, Stephenson's unique Invicta railroad motor, Rupert Bear and the genuine Bagpuss. Around Canterbury Heritage Museum there are more than 30 energizing hands-on exercises for families - you can compose your name in Viking runes, sniff medieval crap, explore discovers like a paleontologist, attempt on Elizabethan outfit and listen to wartime recollections. Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin made their quite adored kids' project simply outside Canterbury. See the genuine Bagpuss in Emily's shop window, unique Clangers, Ivor the Engine and Noggin the Nog. Furthermore, find some Bagpuss insider facts!! Rupert Bear was made by Canterbury-conceived Mary Tourtel. Find his captivating story, participate in his undertakings, see inside his home, and appreciate heaps of fun exercises including a mammoth snakes and stepping stools diversion.