Museums

There is no better way to bring history to life than a museum school trip. History allows the next generation to understand Change and how our Society came to be. Understanding our past in turn allows us to understand our present and to shape the future. We offer school, college and university trips to a wide variety of museums such as; children’s museums, archaeological museums, roman museums, mediaeval museums, Edwardian museums, postal museums, mining museums, heritage museums, science centres, Shakespeare museums, English Heritage and National Trust museums, transport museums, coal mining museums, military museums, space museums, sports museums, railway museums, film museums, science museums, fashion museums, prison museums and many more. 


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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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Here at The Peak District Mining Museum & Temple Mine, your students will not only get to take part in a unique underground mining experience, but will also have the chance to discover the fantastic museum.
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The Ancient Technology Centre offers visiting groups the opportunity to learn and experience first-hand the skills and crafts that our ancient and not so distant ancestors practised.
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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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Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle provides historical school trips, where students can discover over 1000 years of history through the use of role-play and immersive teaching.
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The IWM London provides students with an historical experience that cannot be found anywhere else. From exploring the causes of war to understanding the impact conflict has had on individual lives, this museum will offer students a unique insight.
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The National Videogame Museum uses the very technology that students are increasingly familiar with as a medium for them to unleash their creativity and to also teach them valuable technical skills.
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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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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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A visit to Rhondda Heritage Park will offer Educational opportunities from Early Years Foundation Stage through to 6th Form Colleges.
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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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Here at Green’s Windmill and Science Centre, students can discover the famous story of George Green and explore the science behind what allows a windmill to turn grain into flour. This is an immersive experience that will be enjoyed by all!
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