Walking Tours

Walking tour school trips can give students both a healthy and an educational experience away from their regular school environment. By taking an educational walking tour, teachers can help introduce youngsters to a new context of learning, discovering the real world through a heightened personal perspective unique to the individual. Reinforcing classroom lessons by deepening understanding as pupils notice the finer details for themselves, rather than only glancing at an image or reading through text. Creating a calming, soulful and spiritually inspiring impression during a tour, can help to encourage an insatiable appetite to learn more through beautiful architecture, views and encounters with the likes of knowledgeable locals, land owners and experts! Our listed walking tour operators can help to organise tours that are best suited to your group’s needs, and can also be interlinked to various core and foundation Key stage subjects if required.


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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 Heights of Abraham provides a day out with a high educational value complying with the current National Curriculum. We have a unique blend of natural and social history, science, geology, technology and interpretation.
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Education Destination provide's curriculum-relevant educational visits for school trips to the Isle of Wight
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Roves Farm is a family run, working farm open to the public. We are located three miles east of Swindon and offer days out and school visits year round, with particular emphasis on hands on learning.
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The Emmerdale Studio Tour Experience is a visitor attraction located in the former ITV Studios and showcases the entire ‘lights-camera-action’ process of creating an episode of Yorkshire’s favourite soap.
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The museum depicts the different aspects of Tudor life: from a school room to a ship; from a toilet to a tavern; from plague to punishment.
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The GBC Outdoor Education Centre based at the heart of the Hampshire. Delivering quality educational experiences to young people from Reception YR upwards.
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Peat Rigg Outdoor Training Centre comprises a beautifully renovated eighteenth century farmhouse together with our Eco-building: The Green House.
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A wide range of interactive opportunities bringing learning to life in a special setting. Enjoy a choice of activities designed to support the Curriculum for Excellence and provide a valuable and interesting, cross-curricular learning.
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The Edinburgh Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you back to the city's most perilous past. See, hear and (ahem) smell the chillingly amusing characters as they are brought to life before you.
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We offer outdoor challenges, combining personal and social development with an understanding and respect for the natural environment.
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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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