Historic Buildings

We offer a wide variety of Historic Buildings for school trips, including English Heritage and National Trust buildings. An Historic building or site is a great way to engage your pupils and bring learning to life because they are official locations where pieces of political, military, cultural, or social history have been preserved due to their heritage value. Many have been recognized with the official national historic site status. Historic Building school trips and prehistoric sites we work with include forts, castles, abbeys, cathedrals, industrial sites, dockyards, stately homes, military buildings, roman villas, roman baths, manor houses, prisons and many more.


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The Museum offers many opportunities for intrinsic learning to take place. Through a year-round program of planned activities & workshops, pupils can explore, whilst simultaneously augmenting their studies in Mathematics, Sciences & technology etc.
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Guildhall Art Gallery houses the City of London's art collection. Rich in Victorian paintings and London scenes, the permanent collection is complemented by a rolling programme of temporary exhibitions.
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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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From the 13th-century Beaulieu Abbey to revolutionary motoring breakthroughs at the National Motor Museum, the attraction offers a wide range of opportunities for educational groups.
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The story of London’s water supply from the Roman Period. A core focus on history and science, the museum is a fantastic space for pupils to discover and learn first-hand, topics such as; the implications of science today, tomorrow & in the future.
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At The National Justice Museum Royal Courts of Justice, North West our inspirational educational visits use authentic courtrooms, museum spaces, objects and archives to help pupils gain a practical understanding of the law and justice system.
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At the heart of the World Heritage Site is the Roman Baths. On a visit you can see the ruins of the Temple of Minerva, visit the bath-house where people bathed nearly 2000 years ago and see the only hot springs in the UK.
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The Fashion Museum and Assembly Rooms are a great place to visit to find out about Georgian Bath and to discover how we have dressed for 400 years!
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Mansion house set in the heart of Suffolk surrounded by beautiful well-kept parkland. Operating all year round this centre offers an extensive range of adventure activities such as kayaking, abseiling, quad biking and an equestrian centre next door. 
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Avon Boating is one of England's oldest and largest traditional boating companies, offering boats for hire on one of the finest rivers in the country, the Avon at Stratford.
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The Muckleburgh Military Collection, Weybourne, Norfolk is an ideal way of introducing students to the history of WW1 and WW2.
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The Bank of England Museum's education programmes are designed to support teaching in various curriculum areas, key stages 1 & above. It includes cinema presentations that are highly interactive and aims to improve pupils awareness of money and prices.
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