A Celtic Legend shows why it is so difficult to discover the secrets of herbs medicinal uses.
How a unicorn can pose a classic dilemma and the woodcutter’s solution.
What is your idea of a fairy?
Do or did dragons exist? We were certain when we were presented with these dragon droppings.
View a range of Maori storytelling artefacts from New Zealand.
Explore a selection of artefacts devised to help children act out this classic story.
Four fascinating artefacts from the Nepal and Tibet.
See the puppets that featured in Mythstories museum displays and events.
Three museum exhibits made by work experience students while at Mythstories museum.
Every museum needs some security, Mythstories museum employed a pre-Inca God to guard its doors.
How an eleven piece wooden jigsaw of an archaeological discovery in Mexico City became a key storytelling artefact at Mythstories museum.
The Story Pat tradition in Bengal dates back over nine hundred years and is still vibrant today.
How Mythstories merged a Japanese artform with Welsh stories to inspire reluctant readers.
One of the museum’s smallest exhibits which opened our eyes to an amazing Korean tradition.
Shake it and the seeds will rattle like a maraca attracting an audience so you can tell this sad Peruvian tale.
The Raven Artbox and The Shropshire Craft Box, two automata by Andy Hazell, held some visitors spellbound, while others just couldn’t stop turning the handles.
A commissioned artefact to tell “three brother / three sister stories”. Share in the process of its creation.
Three different displays at three different sites. How Mythstories highlighted Egyptian stories in their galleries.
A traditional Ethiopian story cloth used to tell the story of King Soloman and the Queen of Sheba.
A scroll depicting eight Chinese superheroes always fascinated visitors to the real life museum, not least for the story of the 8th immortal, Zhang Guo Lao.