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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We aim to promote greater understanding & enjoyment of the historic environment. We offer learning groups, FREE ENTRY to 400+ venues, free planning visits, property information, useful online resources, education facilities, resources & activities.
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The Jewish Museum London offers a space for students to further their learning of Judaism on religious and historical schools trips. Students are given the opportunity to handle historical objects and ask questions.
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Here at The Isle of Wight Zoo, your class will experience unique learning sessions where students can study all areas of the curriculum, whether its biological sciences or our award-winning conservation work.
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Here at Manchester River Cruises, students can experience the historic city of Manchester in a unique and intriguing way. As well as enjoying the river experience, students can also view many tourist attractions and cultural sites.
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Gulliver’s World Resort provides students with unique school trip experiences, where they can engage in a wide variety of different topics, whether it be discovering the history of dinosaurs or learning about theme park design.
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Largest local authority archive in Britain; collections cover the whole of Greater London spanning nearly 1000 yrs of history. London’s past is represented through millions of documents & thousands of maps, prints, drawings, plans, photographs & film.
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Here at The Acorn Forest Schools, staff use a holistic approach to teach PSHE and various other areas of the curriculum. This will provide your students with a personal learning experience that will benefit their individual needs.
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Located halfway between London and the south coast, Broadstone Warren is the perfect residential school trip for any students looking for tourist attractions. It is also based in the heart of Ashdown Forest, making it ideal for any geography school trips.
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Traditional narrow boats on Regent's canal through Regent's Park, London Zoo, the Maida Hill Tunnel and the lively bustle of Camden Lock Market. Expands your students knowledge of history, geography, design and technology, engineering and art.
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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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Anvil Arts is known for its diverse programme that ranges from classical, rock, pop and jazz concerts to drama, comedy, dance and more.
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With four special in-door excavation pits, all based on real-life digs in the city and filled with replica Roman, Viking, medieval and Victorian finds, children can grab a trowel and explore how people lived in these times.
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