Manchester Jewish Museum will host five weeks of action-packed activities for children aged 7 to 14 with Two-Gun Cohen’s Summer Adventure Camp.
The activity based Summer Camp takes place on Wednesdays throughout August and is based on the life and exploits of notorious Jewish adventurer Two-Gun Cohen.
What will take place at Two-Gun Cohen’s Summer Adventure Camp at Manchester Jewish Museum?
Throughout August, participants will learn practical adventure skills, make new friends, build their confidence and explore other cultures. Participants attending more than one session will be able to build on their experiences in previous weeks, but all sessions can also be enjoyed as one-off events.
Skills covered will include: den building, navigation, spy skills, sleight of hand, first aid, Chinese crafts and many more.
Where and when does Two-Gun Cohen’s Summer Adventure Camp take place?
The adventure camp takes place at Manchester Jewish Museum Wednesdays 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 August 11am until 1pm. Activities are completely free for children but normal museum charges will apply for accompanying adults. Younger / older children are welcome to attend but some activities may not be suitable. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Manchester Jewish Museum Charges:
Adults – £4.50 (Includes unlimited free entry for the following year)
Concessions – £3.50 (Includes unlimited free entry for the following year)
More information about Two-Gun Cohen’s Summer Adventure Camp can be found at the Manchester Jewish Museum website.
Author: Editorial Team
Live Manchester editorial team