Caves & Caverns

School trips to caves and caverns provide an ideal opportunity to inspire young minds. Subjects covered can include history, geography, archaeology and the environment. Pupils are sure to be motivated and inspired by these amazing venues and natural habitats. Your pre-& post educational group visit to caves & caverns provide a guided tour around the caves based around your selected topic and can also include such activities as an archaeological dig, a trail or cave art. Our listed site organizers can plan with you to accommodate all ages and most abilities, ranging from preschool age, through all Key stages up to PHD level.


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The Heights of Abraham provides a day out with a high educational value complying with the current National Curriculum. We have a unique blend of natural and social history, science, geology, technology and interpretation.
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We provide day outdoor adventure activities and team building and development for school groups.
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The Silver Mountain Experience offers students the opportunity to visit an 18th and 19th Century Silver-Lead Mine, where history is brought to life through the use of story-telling and the dramatic arts.
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Based on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Centre offers exciting outdoor activities in natural settings, along with homely accommodation in a charming Victorian building.
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We offer a completely different perspective in a scenic rural location, providing an opportunity for people to look at the way they view themselves, the world in which they live and with whom they share it in innovative and stimulating ways.
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Catch the imagination of your pupils and book a visit to Stump Cross Caverns, Yorkshire. We’re open for organised school visits and educational groups all year round.
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The Slate Caverns in the heart of the Welsh Mountains North Wales, offering the Llechwedd Deep Mine Tour. The Llechwedd Deep Mine Tour is an award winning interactive tour with new technology featuring a beautiful projection over the underground lake.
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A beautifully-converted Welsh hill farm at the foot of the Black Mountains, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Part of Essex Outdoors, it has been providing residential outdoor education courses for over 30 years.
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Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, visitors are introduced to the science & wonder of the subterranean world. The cave walk covers one mile, ensuring that learning is combined with exercise!  Paths and lighting have been installed throughout. 
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We offer adventurous activities and short breaks from our centre and across South West Wales. One of our strengths is that we specialize in a wide range of activities hence offering something for everyone, all ages and abilities.
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Peat Rigg Outdoor Training Centre comprises a beautifully renovated eighteenth century farmhouse together with our Eco-building: The Green House.
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The Isle of Wight offers superb study opportunities, both for tourism, regeneration and the environment - and it is well known for being a rich source of fossils, bones and dinosaur remains.
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