From Strange Maps:
On July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon. He didn’t moonwalk alone – ‘Buzz’ Aldrin joined him on the surface – and he didn’t walk far.
After travelling hundreds of thousands of kilometers, the landing crew of the Apollo 11 lunar mission barely covered an area the size of a football pitch.
Admittedly, I've never really thought about how much ground Armstrong and Aldrin covered on their first lunar trek and now that I know, I'm not sure that I'm all that surprised by how limited their wanderings were. Of course, this was before we had that sweet lunar rover, but it's still pretty cool to check out (click image for the big-ass version).