Tudor School Trip Ideas

Is your class currently studying the Tudor period? If so, we’ve got the plenty of Tudor School Trip ideas listed below for you. Tudor School Trips take educational groups on a historical adventure back in time, where students will be provided with immersive learning experiences that captivate the imagination. The Tudor era is a subject of great fascination – from The War of the Roses to the life and works of William Shakespeare, the Tudor period is a topic that has something to engage every student.

We have a wide selection of Tudor School Trips listed on our directory. At The Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre, school groups can explore the historic site of The Battle of Bosworth – the last significant battle of the War of the Roses. Bosworth’s knowledgeable guides will bring the battle to life and lively demonstrations will educate pupils about the armour, weapons, and combat techniques of this era. The Shakespeare Family Homes provides educational groups with a rather different Tudor School Trip experience. Here, classes will receive a “Shakespeare-centred” learning experience, where students will develop a deeper understanding of Shakespeare’s life and works. And your class could even take to the water on The Matthew of Bristol. The Matthew provides school groups with boating School Trips that highlight life on board a Tudor Ship.

Take a look at School Trip operators we have listed below for more Tudor School Trip inspiration.

Tudor Workshops & History Ideas for Schools

English Heritage North East

We aim to promote a greater understanding & enjoyment of the historic environment. We offer learning groups FREE ENTRY to 400 + venues, along with

FabDrumming Workshops

FabDrumming workshops provides schools in the South West with musical experiences that are fun, creative and rhythmic. This allows for your pupils to express themselves

DIG An Archaeological Adventure York

Jorvik DIG with four special in-door excavation pits, all based on real-life digs in the city and filled with replica Roman, Viking, Medieval, and Victorian

Cogges Manor Farm

Cogges Manor Farm in Witney, Oxfordshire provides 1000 years of History perfect for educational historical learning. The site appears in the Domesday Book of 1086

Clink Prison Museum London

Built on the original site of the Clink Prison – one of England’s oldest Prisons. You can experience hands-on original artefacts, including torture devices, &

English Heritage East of England

We aim to promote a greater understanding & enjoyment of the historic environment. We offer learning groups FREE ENTRY to 400 + venues, along with

English Heritage West Midlands

English Heritage should be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visit, which interprets the story of a site, giving a sense of time and

English Heritage Yorkshire

We aim to promote a greater understanding & enjoyment of the historic environment. We offer learning groups FREE ENTRY to 400 + venues, along with

School Trips at Bristol Museums

Bristol Museums offer a wide range of school trips, where subjects such as history, literature, science and art are brought to life! Students will have

English Heritage South West

English Heritage should be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visit, which interprets the story of a site, giving a sense of time and

English Heritage North West

English Heritage should be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visit, which interprets the story of a site, giving a sense of time and

Tower Bridge Workshops London

Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your literacy topic, an opportunity for young historians to test their enquiry skills, or for a school trip experience

Selly Manor Museum Birmingham

Every year, more than 6000 school children visit Selly Manor. Most of them visit to study the Tudors, but some visit to look at the

English Heritage Greater London

Iron Age Settlements, Roman Forts, Medieval Abbeys, Tudor Castles, Victorian Mansions and Gardens, and even World War Fortresses – you name it, our exceptional, out-of-the-classroom

The Matthew of Bristol

All trips are designed to fit in with the national history KS1 and 2 curriculum. It highlights Bristol’s local history, John Cabot and the discovery

Carlisle Castle Cumbria

An impressive frontier fortress with 900 years of history – excellent for Medieval, Tudor and Civil War topics. Carlisle Castle provides students with a sense

English Heritage East Midlands

English Heritage should be applauded for their development of the Discovery Visit, which interprets the story of a site, giving a sense of time and

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