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If you are looking for particular types of school trips, from this page you can easily browse for your next school trip or educational visit by curriculum subject or sctivity type.   We have a wide range of school trip destinations and venues covering all subjects, needs, abilities and age groups.  Click on one of the school trip subjects or activity types  below to view our selection school trip ideas and you'll have found the location for your next school  in no time.

Alternatively you might want to browse by type of venue or service click to browse our venues by provider type.  If you would like to refine your search further click here or Plan Your Trip in the menu to search using our filters or map.

 

 


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With a miniature railway, various farm animals, an adventure playground and even a pirate ship, Wellington Country Park offers the perfect school trip destination for younger students, where they can set their imaginations free!
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None Go Bye Farm offers school trips looking to learn more about farm animals & wanting to study them up close & hands on. There is a wide variety of animals, including donkeys, goats alpaco & even piglets! perfect for primary school keystage 1 groups.
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At the Imperial War Museum Manchester, students can discover the history of human conflict dating back to the First World War. Students will have access to countless amounts of information, making it the ideal venue for a historic school trip.
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Twickenham is the iconic Home of England Rugby and the most famous rugby venue in the world. Seating over 82,000 people the stadium hosts England's home matches, some Premiership Rugby matches, other rugby matches and other events such as concerts.
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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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Sky High Adventure - Manchester's year round adventure playground - has been open since August 2015. With a great range of activities on offer we pride ourselves on our ability to always offer something new, making for many happy returning customers.
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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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Residential stays in 130 acres of picturesque grounds, in either our residential centre, Maple Lodge or in our tent villages. Catered or self catering available. From May to October a varied evening entertainment programme is included.
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Historical Interpretations History Workshops provide “Hands on History” for KS2 up to University students. Areas covered are York, Oxford and the North of England, however if requested we can travel to any part of the UK.
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