Rainforest Stories show us how important conservation really is and why we should care.
Walk around a tree to create your own ‘Wondertale’.
Ten Paintings and a hinged oven door revealing a skunk tell eleven stories and show us how stories can chart the movement of peoples.
The constituent parts of the museum’s Ramayana Constellation and a little about its creation and history.
Yama the Hindu God of Death and Justice was the subject of two ‘Bargain with death’ tales in the museum.
Wayang Golek Puppet Theatre is a key part of the storytelling tradition in Java and Indonesia.
The Temple Cloths of the Vagri community of Gujarat tell not one but many stories.
Information on these beautiful concertina palm leaf books from Southern India.
Discover storytelling artefacts used in Customs & Festivals around the World
How stories can be embroidered, a beautiful collection of storytelling textiles.
The rich Russian tradition of telling tales with folk-art objects was much encouraged after the Russian Revolution in the early 20th Century.
The stories behind three canvases of Indian Folk-tales
An artefact created by Young Storytellers to tell tales of their home town.
A Story Creation Game in two different time periods which made a big impact at Mythstories museum in Wem and beyond.
Every storytelling museum needs a library read all about the one created in Mythstories museum.
Trinidadian Storyteller Grace Hallworth told stories all around the World. Can you tell some of the Countries she performed in by the costumes of the dolls she acquired there?
Why were two intricate dolls, a gnome disguised as a Fairy King and a folded piece of paper to be found at Mythstories?
The epic of Gilgamesh was re-discovered on clay tablets in the 19th Century, here’s how it was depicted in Mythstories museum in the 21st Century.
Posters, photographs and a cross-stitch embroidery giving some answers to the question, “Who Tells Stories?”
These artefacts were displayed as part of Mythstories museum’s “Who Tells Stories?” constellation.