History

Make your next History school trip the best one yet, with our fantastic range of venues ideal for history school trips across the UK!

History is a fantastic subject covering all key stages 1,2, and 3 at school in the classroom looking into historical time periods such as ancient Greece, Roman, Egyptian, Medieval, Elizabethan, Saxon, Viking, Tudor, Stuart and the Industrial Revolution. History school trips are a key part of any school's history curriculum, there is no better way for your pupils to learn than to see, feel and experience history with their own eyes taking in places, buildings, battle sites and peoples living conditions in different time periods.  

Below you will find a wide range of history school trip locations to suit all age groups and abilities, let your pupils' imaginations take them back in time on a learning adventure they will never forget. Just some of the history school trip venues we offer include Historic BuildingsHistorical Heritage Locations, MuseumsArts & GalleriesCastlesCathedrals, Abbeys & ChurchesHeritage RailwaysAviation Heritage Sites, Ships & Maritime Museums.

Start browsing below for your next history school trip, or if you would like to refine your options further, go to our Plan Your Trip page to use our keywords and filter search to find the ideal location for your next history school trip in no time!


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Thames River Services Operate sightseeing trips from Westminster Pier which is right by The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben to Greenwich and the Thames Flood Barrier.
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Welcome to the Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Discover the excitement and nostalgia of steam travel with a journey back in time on Cornwall’s only full size railway still operated by steam locomotives. A great fun educational experience.
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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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The London Bridge Experience showcases the sights, sounds and even the smells of what the landmark was like throughout the centuries, in an immersive theatrical show.
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Ruins of medieval fortress/palace built by Robert Dudley to impress his love, Queen Elizabeth I. Follow in her footsteps in the re-created Tudor garden, explore the medieval kitchens & great hall & walk round the almost complete outer walls. 
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The Museum offers a wealth of Curriculum linked learning opportunities using our collections & industrial open-air Museum as an investigative resource. Students get to explore: period settings, talk to costumed demonstrators & handle original artefacts.
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The Pines Garden Coastal Forest School Dover. Improving lives through outdoor learning and connections with the natural world.
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We can tailor make chocolate events, classes & lessons relevant to any age group. If required, we are happy to reinforce your teaching by a short Q&A session, the workshops cover topics related to Science & Food Technology in secondary schools.
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The railway opened in 1902 & has been transporting visitors in its 1923 vintage carriages for over a century. An educational trip on this Edwardian Heritage Railway is a wonderful occasion to know more about history of the railway and the Valley. 
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Woodrow High House is London Youth’s outdoor education centre in Buckinghamshire, providing bespoke activity programmes dependent on the objectives of your visit. Visitors include primary, secondary, independent & special needs schools.
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The museum occupies some fifteen acres of the Astley Green Colliery site. To the south lies the Bridgewater Canal and Astley Moss, an important mossland site.
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Our school workshops are offered as a way of learning about chocolate, and we usually talk about topics such as fair trade or bean to bar.
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