Peterborough Cathedral – One Giant Leap returns!
25 October @ 10:00 am - 28 October @ 3:00 pmFree
Back for half term, by popular demand, is our 90 minute children’s activity session is inspired by the Apollo 11 moon landing. It includes the famous teddy bear parachute jump!
It’s time for our young visitors to help teddy with his astronaut training – as he parachutes from high up in the cathedral. See him “falling-with-style”, help him fold up his parachute and then take him for a walk across the recreation of the moon surface where men first stood way back in 1969!
The children will explore the story of that first moon landing and take part in Astronaut Training by:
- making a mission badge
- solving logic puzzles
- making teddy a parachute
- taking their teddy plus his parachute safely home with them
This activity is linked to the exhibition of the lunar artwork, ‘One Small Step‘, by the artist Peter Walker.
Tickets and times
£6 per child for the 90-minute activity session. Price includes a teddy to take home.
The activities are designed for ages 4+, but younger children could take part with support from a parent or carer.
Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
£0 for parents and carers assisting (please book your free ticket so we know numbers).
Please note: family groups will be working alongside each other and will be sharing tables (with spacing) and resources. We will ask all visitors to sanitize their hands before handling items and between sessions, the resources will be cleaned by our team. Please note our current visiting guidelines.
Please do get in touch if you have any questions: email@example.com or 01733 355315.