Day Trip Destinations

Here at UK School Trips we want to provide you with a fantastic selection of day trip destinations throughout the UK for your school trip or educational visit.  We have hundreds of venue destinations that will provide your pupils and students with a fantastic learning experience and fun environment to see first-hand so get of the out of the classroom and starting planning your educational day out.

It will be a hard decision to make as our directory provides numerous options for your school trip and educational visit from thrilling seeking theme parks & attractions, learning how to help save the planet at an environment centre, seeing products assembled on a factory visit or tour, learning about the next big breakthrough at a science discovery centre, getting physical at an adventure activity centre in the great outdoors or seeing the universe and the outer reaches of space at a Planetarium. Plus, even more day trip destinations so get searching today and choose your favourites!

All the day trip venues listed provide excellent facilities, tours, talks, interactive exhibitions and workshops interlinked with the national curriculum, so teachers be aware many day trip destinations can tailor a specific trip to your needs.


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Adventure Quest provides 1-day themed adventures to put smiles on faces and to stretch and challenge minds and bodies. Multiple teams from ages 9 and over work together to complete a mission.

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Bunker 51, a decommissioned Cold War Nuclear Bunker located a stone’s throw from The O2, North Greenwich; it is a brand new state of the art paintball and laser tag facility, brings laser tag and paintball to a whole new level…. Below ground level
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Medina Valley Centre provides bespoke programmes that are developed to fit the needs of your school trip, whether that be by focusing on academic field studies or adventurous activities.
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The Imperial War Museum Duxford is a museum that offers information regarding the history of human conflict. The amount of information on offer and available school sessions means that this museum offers educational and interesting school trips.
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Cineworld can be an ideal end of term reward, with a private film screening; you can watch the big Hollywood blockbusters, or even choose a film which fits in with what the kids are currently studying.
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Fun hands on workshops offering a chance to get close to the wonders of the natural world & play a big part in helping save them. Our 140-acre park is home to an incredible range of exotic and endangered species, in beautiful, landscaped surroundings.
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The museum depicts the different aspects of Tudor life: from a school room to a ship; from a toilet to a tavern; from plague to punishment.
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Twickenham is the iconic Home of England Rugby and the most famous rugby venue in the world. Seating over 82,000 people the stadium hosts England's home matches, some Premiership Rugby matches, other rugby matches and other events such as concerts.
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At Boulder Hut, students have the opportunity to do rock climbing without the use of ropes, meaning they're really able to test their physical abilities and making Boulder Hut an excellent place to have an active school trip.
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Deep Sea World gives students the opportunity to see marine life up close and in detail, making it an interactive and exciting school trip. Students are able to discover fish and other marine life from all over the world.
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Give your school group an unforgettable learning experience at the Tropical Butterfly House. You will find our curriculum-based Education Programme is flexible, interactive and lots of fun!
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Cineworld can be an ideal end of term reward, with a private film screening; you can watch the big Hollywood blockbusters, or even choose a film which fits in with what the kids are currently studying.
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