Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, ‘The Cold War’ exhibition explores one of the most important ideological and political conflicts of the 20th Century. From the Korean War to the Space Race, this exhibition tells the story of the tense struggle between communism and democracy and its effect on the world around it. The exhibition covers several viewpoints; including the influences upon popular culture – with examples of pop music and literature.
This touring exhibition was produced by Epping Forest Museum and supported by Arts Council England.
Family Activity: Spy Trail
You are a spy and you need to solve 6 clues at Peterborough Museum – can you do it? After completion you can get a stamp for your Children’s University passport. Pick up a trail at reception and go into the exhibition gallery next to the café, where you can hunt for clues. This gallery has an exhibition about the Cold War and celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago.
Spy Trail's can be purchased from Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery reception for £1