School Trips Cumbria
Cumbria is the third largest county in England and is considered to be one of its finest areas of natural beauty. This mountainous county consists predominantly of rural land and holds a wealth of history. The numerous geographical and historical sites that can be found within Cumbria make for wonderful school trip venues! It is home to not only the Lake District National Park but also the Yorkshire Dales National Park, making it an area of outstanding natural beauty. This may be why the area contains so many outdoor activity and residential centres, where students can participate in adventurous sporting activities that they may have never tried before…
Cumbria has something for every class and student, whether you are searching for a highly educational experience or something more physically demanding. With Medieval Castles for pupils to explore and residential centres designed specifically to fit the requirements for students of all abilities, Cumbria should absolutely be your next school trip destination! It is an area that attracts schools from all over and it is easy to see why! The destinations highlighted on our website provide an example of what Cumbria has to offer. All of our venues have been designed to provide the engaging school trips, where students can develop their skills outside of the normal classroom environment.
Fancy a residential stay in Cumbria why not try:
YMCA Lakeside Outdoor Learning Residential Activity Centre Cumbria
YMCA Lakeside is one of largest outdoor activity centres in Europe! Its perfect location and natural resources have kept this place running for over 60 years, helping over a million students with building their futures.
Looking for Roman history along the famous Hadrians wall and want to stop close by:
Birdoswald Roman Fort Bunkhouse Cumbria
The converted 17th Century bunkhouse offers group accommodation overlooking the remains of the Roman Fort and has a maximum capacity of 37 people.
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