History

Make your next History school trip the best one yet, with our fantastic range of venues ideal for history school trips across the UK!

History is a fantastic subject covering all key stages 1,2, and 3 at school in the classroom looking into historical time periods such as ancient Greece, Roman, Egyptian, Medieval, Elizabethan, Saxon, Viking, Tudor, Stuart and the Industrial Revolution. History school trips are a key part of any school's history curriculum, there is no better way for your pupils to learn than to see, feel and experience history with their own eyes taking in places, buildings, battle sites and peoples living conditions in different time periods.  

Below you will find a wide range of history school trip locations to suit all age groups and abilities, let your pupils' imaginations take them back in time on a learning adventure they will never forget. Just some of the history school trip venues we offer include Historic BuildingsHistorical Heritage Locations, MuseumsArts & GalleriesCastlesCathedrals, Abbeys & ChurchesHeritage RailwaysAviation Heritage Sites, Ships & Maritime Museums.

Start browsing below for your next history school trip, or if you would like to refine your options further, go to our Plan Your Trip page to use our keywords and filter search to find the ideal location for your next history school trip in no time!


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Adventure Okehampton is an Adventure Activity provider on the edge of Dartmoor, West Devon, UK. It manages 3 residential buildings capable of sleeping up to 180 people. We specialise in providing residential activity packages to Schools and Groups.
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Immersive Experiences is the UK's multi-award-winning immersive learning/entertainment outreach provider, reaching a record breaking 200,000 people a year.
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Capture the imagination of your students, as they witness 1,100 years of history come vividly to life in one of Britain’s finest medieval fortresses. Our education team host curriculum-linked tours and workshops for KS1-4 that can be added when booking.
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At Gulliver’s World Theme Park Resort, students have the opportunity to take part in a wide variety of adventurous school trip activities and educational workshops that are both engaging and fun.
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Shortenills is set within in 10 tranquil acres of mixed woodland and large enclosed ponds. It makes curriculum learning an inspirational outdoor adventure using the ‘awe and wonder’ of nature and sustainable living as a central focus.
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Hull New Theatre stages several shows each year which are aimed at school children and relevant to the National Curriculum.
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English Heritage is to be applauded for the development of the Discovery Visits, which interpret the story of the site and give a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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Cliffe House provides Outdoor Residential School Trips, where your students will have the chance to explore the natural environment while also taking part in numerous exhilarating activities, such as mountain biking and orienteering.
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Here at The Mumford Theatre, our goal is to make theatre accessible to everyone, regardless of age or ability. We encourage the study of drama and performing arts, providing students with unique and artistic experiences.
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A visit to Hever Castle & Gardens offers an informative educational history trip where students can explore the childhood home of Anne Boleyn and learn about the Tudor period through the use of our engaging workshops and tours.
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Based in a converted Victorian herring curing works, the Time & Tide museum is packed with lots of atmosphere & world-class objects, offering the perfect learning environment to inspire your pupils.   
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Tudor World is an award winning museum situated right in the heart of the historic town of Stratford upon Avon. Within a Grade 2* listed historic building, the museum depicts the different aspects of Tudor life: from plague to punishment.
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