Historical Heritage

School trip historical heritage is all around us and there’s no better way than getting out and about to explore and discover the places where history happened all over the United Kingdom such as pre-historic sites, castles, abbeys, country houses, industrial buildings and Battle sites. All these venues provide school trips and educational groups high quality tours, workshops, exhibits and live demonstrations of the history of that time period.


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Barley Hall is a medieval townhouse, once home to the Lord Mayor of York. Located on the doorstep of York Minster, the building has been restored to its former glory.
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Being one of the tallest buildings in Western Europe, The Shard boasts some of the best views of London and provides teachers with the perfect environment to bring more excitement to their subjects.
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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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Hooke Court Field Study Centres in Dorset and South Wales offer fabulous learning experiences outside the classroom for children of all ages.
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With its stunning scenery and iconic coastal features, Lulworth is one of the best places to visit on a geography and/or geology based school trips. They provide a range of activities as well as having highly experienced rangers.
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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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A visit to The Postal Museum supports learning across the curriculum for all key stages, from EYFS, key stages 1 – 5 and SEN groups.
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Isle of Wight Experience is a firmly established business with an excellent working relationship with educational school trips on the Isle of Wight and surrounding South coast areas.
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Why is white chocolate white, but milk chocolate brown? How are your shoes linked to the rainforest? What is a tenrec? Find out the answer to these questions and many more, as you explore our 4 spectacular glasshouses and 15 acres of flourishing gardens.
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Take a voyage with the early polar explorers Robert F. Scott & Ernest Shackleton in search of an unknown world of snow & ice. We are home to the RRS Discovery, the famous Dundee-built research ship which took Captain Scott to the Antarctic in 1901.
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Artists’ Village is a full day of hands-on learning. Be inspired by the paintings & sculptures on permanent display. Opened in 1904 & purpose built to display work by the famous Victorian artist, George Frederic Watts. 
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The Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum tells the story of firefighting, particularly in the Greater Manchester region. The area has played a significant role in the story of fire brigades and fire engineering.
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