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Putting your stamp on The Polar Museum: A children's tour

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Tuesday 29th July, 10am -11am & Tuesday 19th August, 10am - 11am

BOTH NOW FULLY BOOKED

Suitable for ages 7 - 13

Ever felt overwhelmed by all the exciting things in a museum and didn't know where to look first? Join us for a tour of The Polar Museum where we will tell you all about the Polar Regions, and everything from explorers to shamanism. This is the first time we have a tour especially for children.

The tour will end with a craft making session where you can make your own Polar stamp inspired by our Polar Post displays.

These are free events. All children must be accompanied by an adult. To book for either one, email museumevents@spri.cam.ac.uk

Going Postal: Storytelling and Activity Session

Wednesday 13th August, 10am -11am & Wednesday 27th August, 10am - 11am

13 AUGUST NOW FULLY BOOKED

Suitable for ages 4 - 8

Stories of the Polar Regions and the different ways we communicate with the rest of the world, ending with a craft making session where you can make your own Polar stamp inspired by our Polar Post displays.

These are free events. All children must be accompanied by an adult. To book for either one, email museumevents@spri.cam.ac.uk

Other events

On the Axis of this World

Thursday, 7 August - Friday, 8 August 2014 / Kings Place, London: St Pancras Room

On-the-Axis-of-this-World (Cambridge-City-Opera)Cambridge City Opera, in association with the Scott Polar Research Institute, present

On the Axis of this World - an operatic meditation on the vast perspectives of Antarctica, inspired by the words of British explorers. Their haunting writings reach out to us through a through a shifting musical landscape born of weather systems and ice flow.

Music: Matt Rogers
Words: Verbatim, from the papers of the British Antarctic Expedition of 1911-13

Duration: 45 mins

Book Tickets: Online Price: £7.50* / £5 Early Bird Offer (until 18 June)