Join Junction Arts and artists Cora Glasser & Tyler Turner for our This Girl Codes heritage hack lab at Creswell Crags. This is an exclusive opportunity for Derbyshire based home-educated families to access Robin Hood’s Cave to see the witch marks and then take part in inspiring arts, tech and heritage activities. 

Our artist team will help you to draw inspiration from the caves to create spell poems and turn drawings into sounds, sounds into drawings to see and hear the witch marks tell their own story...

We are aiming to reach KS3 participants and adults so this day is available for 12 years and over. No previous experience required, but booking is essential as spaces are limited. All genders welcome. All materials and kit provided however if you do have access to a laptop, smart phone and/or tablet then bring it along. 


Booking charges and info:

Arrrival: 9:30am
Departure: 3:30

We are requesting a small booking fee of £5 per person (adults and children 12 or older) to guarantee your space on the day. Please note that Creswell Crags do administer car parking fees of £6 for the day, however we would recommend looking at an annual parking pass for £15 if you plan to visit us for our Curiosity Academy 25-29 July, as well as for you to enjoy the site in the future. Visitors can ask at reception for the annual parking pass, or you can purchase it here: Annual Parking Pass – Crags Shop (

Please contact Junction Arts on [email protected] if fees are an issue, we will be discreet and can offer subsidised charges.



Due to the nature of the content, we recommend this opportunity for children aged 12 or older. Staff are DBS checked so if you want to leave your child (12+) with us for the day please email [email protected] to let us know and book your ticket here. 

All visitors must wear a helmet (which will be provided) and adults must wear a face-mask when in the caves, and consent to the caves being secured from the inside while the tour is in progress. Eating, drinking and smoking is NOT permitted inside the caves or main exhibition. Dogs are not permitted in the museum unless they are support dogs. In this instance we ask that you let us know in advance so that we can make appropriate arrangements. Dogs are not permitted in the caves. Please contact us in advance of booking a tour if you would like to visit with a support dog.


Accessibility Information:

The Caves are situated within a natural landscape. Unfortunately, the caves are not accessible for wheelchair users/those with some mobility issues. You will need to walk 10 minutes to reach the caves and remain standing throughout the tour/activity. The caves are accessed from the footpath via wooden stairs, with further stairs inside each cave. In Robin Hood Cave, there is a section of low ceiling which makes it necessary to crouch down in order to walk under, and also uneven floors to navigate. Although the helmets are equipped with a headlamp, light levels may not be sufficient for those with visual perception difficulties, or people who are blind or partially sighted. Light levels may also be insufficient for those who lipread. There are cave spiders at Creswell Crags. Whilst they can be large, they are harmless and protected. Please contact us if you have any queries or concerns about accessing the caves.



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