Caves & Caverns

School trips to caves and caverns provide an ideal opportunity to inspire young minds. Subjects covered can include history, geography, archaeology and the environment. Pupils are sure to be motivated and inspired by these amazing venues and natural habitats. Your pre-& post educational group visit to caves & caverns provide a guided tour around the caves based around your selected topic and can also include such activities as an archaeological dig, a trail or cave art. Our listed site organizers can plan with you to accommodate all ages and most abilities, ranging from preschool age, through all Key stages up to PHD level.


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We offer a completely different perspective in a scenic rural location, providing an opportunity for people to look at the way they view themselves, the world in which they live and with whom they share it in innovative and stimulating ways.
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Discover the largest stalactite and stalagmite in the Peak District and learn how water has eroded this vast series of chambers over millions of years then lined the cavern with incredible calcite crystal formations.
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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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Parson House Outdoor Pursuit Centre is dedicated to providing a safe environment for outdoor activities to take place in. The centre is set in the beautiful moorland of The Peak District National Park, surrounded by fields and moorland.
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From its first discovery in 1837 to its transformation into an informative and engaging School Trip destination, Ingleborough Cave has never failed to impress, inspire and astound visitors.
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Here at Zip World, students will have the opportunity to learn in an outdoor environment, spending time in nature and appreciating the environment in a way they may have never done before.
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Blue John Cavern in Castleton, Derbyshire provides great school trip experiences such as Show Caves which have in-depth specific geological interests. The caverns within the cavern, showing stalactites, stalagmites and excellent examples of Blue John.
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If you're looking for an Outdoor School Trip experience, then Cliffe House is the place for you! The natural surroundings and highly experienced staff make this venue the perfect place for classes looking to try out adventurous and thrilling activities.
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The Isle of Wight offers superb study opportunities, both for tourism, regeneration and the environment - and it is well known for being a rich source of fossils, bones and dinosaur remains.
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Here at WOOKEY HOLE, there are over 20 activities for you and your class to choose from. Whether you want to play adventure golf or would prefer to discover our wonderful world of animatronic dinosaurs, there's something here for all ages and abilities.
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Here at Smugglers Adventure, classes can explore the caves and caverns of Hastings, where the thrilling history of smugglers, bootleggers and bloodthirsty gangs are concealed.
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The Museum offers a wealth of Curriculum linked learning opportunities using our collections & industrial open-air Museum as an investigative resource. Students get to explore: period settings, talk to costumed demonstrators & handle original artefacts.
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