Bradford Cathedral runs family activities throughout the year and they are back on July 23rd and 25th to keep children and teenagers of all ages entertained!
Running from 10am – 2pm on both days, the family activities are free to attend and include crafts, trails and quizzes.
You can find out more about the fascinating history of the building with the family-friendly guided tours happening at 11am and 1pm on both days, as well as exploring the Cathedral with your family to spot interesting hidden treasures throughout the building.
You can also get crafty with paper activities, by designing your own stained glass window or shield.
There will even be some Shakespearean-themed things to do at this month’s family activities to coincide with the performances of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ happening in the same week.
Director of Education and Visitors Maggie Myers says:
“Bradford Cathedral family days are suitable for families with pre-school, primary age and secondary age children. There are a range of activities, plenty of colouring for younger children, and some William Morris-inspired colouring for teenagers and adults. You might want to do a family-friendly guided tour or explore this historic and beautiful building at your leisure. On a sunny day, many families bring a picnic to eat in the grounds. If you haven’t visited us yet, why not?”
For more information please visit the Bradford Cathedral website at bradfordcathedral.org/whats-on/family-activities/