Mini beasts, Lego building, a planetarium and birds of prey will be among the eye catching family fun this summer at St Edmundsbury Cathedral.
The activities are part of a drive to open up the cathedral to all ages and the programme kicks off with hands-on encounters with snakes, spiders and mini-beasts on July 26.
A nature themed Lego building workshop follows on July 27 and there is a chance to get up close and personal with a variety of reptiles on July 28.
Space enthusiasts will be able to explore the galaxy when the cathedral hosts a planetarium from August 2 to 4.
There is a space themed Lego building workshop on August 3.
From August 16 to 18, youngsters can create their own miniature worlds including a mini cathedral, model train and mini world gardens.
It is complimented by a mini world themed Lego workshop on August 17.
Birds of prey and flying displays swoop onto the cathedral on August 23 and 25.
A Mad Hatter’s Tea Party on August 29 features creativity with hat and mask making as well as food and drink.
For more details and to book, visit the cathedral office, on Angel Hill, or call 01284 748720.