February Half-Term Fun

Go Ape for Nature

Real World Science Week

At Peterborough Museum

Mon 11 - Fri 15 February

Archived Event

FREE entry

Are your kids budding scientists? Think they’ve got what it takes to complete our ‘ScienceQuest’? Or do they just love dinosaurs?!

Bring them to Peterborough Museum this half term where, to celebrate the launch of the Real World Science project with the Natural History Museum, you can explore the natural world as you’ve never known it before!

Use state of the art technology to discover the ‘colour of nature’ or how we’re ’99% ape’ with representatives from the Natural History Museum, complete a ‘ScienceQuest’ challenge, try themed crafts – plus visitors will be able to see our famous dinosaurs roaming the Museum again!

Plus!
On Tuesday – see inside our lab and meet Geology experts!
On Wednesday – meet some live chameleons and learn how they use colour!

Suitable for all the family, this is one half-term not to be missed!

Real World Science Project

The project is a collaboration of museums with natural history collections that aims to enrich science teaching and learning for students atged 10-18 years. Funded by the Arts Council England, it aims to increase the number of schools visiting museums and galleries. As regional partner for the East of England, Peterborough Musuem will be unlocking the potential of its extensive natural history collection.

See what it’s all about this half term – then contact us to be involved!

For more information, call 01733 864 663 or email museum@vivacity-peterborough.com

Go Ape for Nature Performances

Mon 11 Feb 10:00am FREE For Sale
Tue 12 Feb 10:00am FREE For Sale
Wed 13 Feb 10:00am FREE For Sale
Thu 14 Feb 10:00am FREE For Sale
Fri 15 Feb 10:00am FREE For Sale

Peterborough Museum

  • Priestgate, Peterborough, PE1 1LF
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