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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A surprising trip for young minds with river wildlife, not too much Shakespeare and a 200 hundred year old working lock.

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Bristol Museums provide a wide range of school trips, where subjects such as history, literature, science and art are brought to life! Students will have the opportunity to explore their creativity and imagination in a unique learning environment.
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Internationally important tree collection that is managed by the Forestry Commission. Westonbirt is a great place for students of all ages to come to experience the outdoor environment, learn through exploration, inquiry, investigation & natural play. 
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Discover the Return of the Vikings to York at the newly re-imagined JORVIK Viking Centre
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Discover the largest stalactite and stalagmite in the Peak District and learn how water has eroded this vast series of chambers over millions of years then lined the cavern with incredible calcite crystal formations.
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Fun Science workshops are available to primary schools and include a variety of ways of teaching curriculum science that may be beyond the scope of usual science lessons.
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Let your imagination run riot as your personal stereo guide takes you through King's Lynn's 1930s police station and into the old cells beyond, where smugglers caught by the revenue men of the Custom House would be thrown.
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Decade by decade, experience the packaging, advertising and branding that was bought, consumed and thrown away by ordinary people in Britain. From Victorian soap adverts to OXO tins from WW1, and from 1980 microwave meals to One Direction slippers!
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At the Household Cavalry Museum you?ll discover the secrets and stories of the Queen's Life Guard, who have guarded the Sovereign since the time of Charles II (over 350 years).
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Every year more than 6000 schoolchildren visit Selly Manor, most of them to study the Tudors, but some to look at old houses, furniture and other aspects of history.
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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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Impressive frontier fortress with 900 years of history – excellent for medieval, Tudor and Civil War topics, a sense of how the site has changed over time and what life was like for the people who lived here.
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