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Monsters of the Sea exhibition to be staged at Peterborough Cathedral from July 15 until September 1





Sea monsters will be heading to Peterborough Cathedral this summer.

The cathedral’s summer exhibition Monsters of the Sea, by World Touring Exhibitions, will feature 16 life-size animatronic sea creatures.

Spanning from prehistoric eras to modern times, the exhibition which runs from July 15 until September 1 will offer visitors an exciting journey through the depths of marine history.

Sponsored by ARU Peterborough, the exhibition promises an immersive experience, transporting visitors into the awe-inspiring world of the ocean's most legendary inhabitants. From the smallest to the largest, each creature will be meticulously crafted the finest detail, and breathed into life using animatronics.

Furthermore, a dynamic schedule of marine-themed events will run alongside the exhibition, offering visitors a wealth of opportunities to delve deeper into the wonders of the sea. From guest lectures to family-friendly workshops, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. Full details will be released in due course.

Chris Dalliston, Dean of Peterborough Cathedral, said: “We are thrilled to welcome visitors to Peterborough Cathedral as we unveil our exciting new summer exhibition, 'Monsters of the Sea.'

Monsters of the Sea exhibition is coming to Peterborough Cathedral
Monsters of the Sea exhibition is coming to Peterborough Cathedral
Monsters of the Sea exhibition is coming to Peterborough Cathedral
Monsters of the Sea exhibition is coming to Peterborough Cathedral
Monsters of the Sea exhibition is coming to Peterborough Cathedral
Monsters of the Sea exhibition is coming to Peterborough Cathedral

“This captivating showcase promises to transport audiences through the wonders of marine history, fostering a deeper appreciation for the incredible diversity of ocean life and the importance of marine conservation. We invite guests to join us in exploring this extraordinary world and to be inspired by the majesty of creation.”



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