Museums

There is no better way to bring history to life than a museum school trip. History allows the next generation to understand Change and how our Society came to be. Understanding our past in turn allows us to understand our present and to shape the future. We offer school, college and university trips to a wide variety of museums such as; children’s museums, archaeological museums, roman museums, mediaeval museums, Edwardian museums, postal museums, mining museums, heritage museums, science centres, Shakespeare museums, English Heritage and National Trust museums, transport museums, coal mining museums, military museums, space museums, sports museums, railway museums, film museums, science museums, fashion museums, prison museums and many more. 


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The de Havilland Aircraft Museum is home to many iconic aircrafts, including the the de Havilland Mosquito – “The Wooden Wonder". Students can explore these in detail or also take part in guided tours, which our focused at our younger audiences.
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We offer a packed day around your particular requirement, including two activities which enrich your pupils learning and are included in the admission price and you may request worksheets or trails to be printed ready for your group when they arrive.
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Here at The Peak District Mining Museum & Temple Mine, your students will not only get to take part in a unique underground mining experience, but will also have the chance to discover the fantastic museum.
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Proud holders of the Sandford Award for Excellence in Heritage we offer a range of formal education and learning opportunities at all Key Stages as well as specialist vocational modules including Welsh Bacc and Leisure, Tourism and Business studies.
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We offer workshops on everything from exploring poetry to experiencing domestic life above and below stairs to investigating insects, flowers and trees in the garden.
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Barley Hall is a medieval townhouse, once home to the Lord Mayor of York. Located on the doorstep of York Minster, the building has been restored to its former glory.
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Hulls award winning aquarium, The Deep is home to over 5000 animals including critically endangered green sawfish (the only pair in the UK), sharks, rays and turtles. Not forgetting an array of invertebrates and a colony of Gentoo penguins!
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Artists’ Village is a full day of hands-on learning. Be inspired by the paintings & sculptures on permanent display. Opened in 1904 & purpose built to display work by the famous Victorian artist, George Frederic Watts. 
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A visit to The Postal Museum supports learning across the curriculum for all key stages, from EYFS, key stages 1 – 5 and SEN groups.
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The Retro Computer Museum Leicestershire provides historically focused school trips, where your students will have the chance to discover various computer and console systems from the 1960's onwards.
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The IWM London provides students with an historical experience that cannot be found anywhere else. From exploring the causes of war to understanding the impact conflict has had on individual lives, this museum will offer students a unique insight.
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Well known for history, Beamish Museum is a fantastic resource for inspiring learning across the curriculum and the museum offers a wide range of activities, from early years to GCSE and beyond.
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