A host of fun activities for the family are on offer at Beverley Minster during the half-term holiday.
Youngsters are being encouraged to make their way around the minster on the Sanctuary Trail, a specially designed route around the historic building where they can find answers to questions and complete puzzles as they explore.
Sanctuary Trail booklets for them to fill in with their answers can be collected from the welcome desk at the minster. Those completing the booklet will be rewarded with a sticker.
The event is free, mainly aimed at children of primary school age, and is available between 10am to 4pm, from Monday 21 to Friday 25 February.
As well as the Sanctuary Trail, children can join the minster's learning and engagement team for craft activities on Thursday 24 February, from 1pm to 3pm. Sign up at the welcome desk.
At the free event, youngsters will have a chance to make stained glass windows from tissue paper and join an activity focusing on the 'graffiti' in the minster.
The trail has been made as a part of the Sanctuary project at Beverley Minster, which is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.