Historical Heritage

School trip historical heritage is all around us and there’s no better way than getting out and about to explore and discover the places where history happened all over the United Kingdom such as pre-historic sites, castles, abbeys, country houses, industrial buildings and Battle sites. All these venues provide school trips and educational groups high quality tours, workshops, exhibits and live demonstrations of the history of that time period.


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Here at Green’s Windmill and Science Centre, students can discover the famous story of George Green and explore the science behind what allows a windmill to turn grain into flour. This is an immersive experience that will be enjoyed by all!
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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 place to visiting schools.
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At The Workhouse Museum, educational groups can experience an authentic Victorian Schoolroom, Kitchen, and Garden, as well as the historical Inmates' Quarters of the Workhouse.
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Join us for a day of fun, discovery and excitement at the Yorkshire Air Museum where our guides will bring to life over 150 years of aviation history and a rich wartime past.
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Discover the Return of the Vikings to York at the newly re-imagined JORVIK Viking Centre.
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Celtic Harmony Camp, the UK’s largest Iron Age settlement, provides a program of Prehistory Residential and Day trips covering Stone, Bronze and Iron Age Britain. Immerse your class in Ancient Britain with hands-on outdoor experiential learning!
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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 place to visiting schools.
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An impressive frontier fortress with 900 years of history – excellent for Medieval, Tudor and Civil War topics. Carlisle Castle provides students with a sense of how the site has changed over time and what life was like for the people who lived here.
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With its stunning scenery and iconic coastal features, Lulworth is one of the best places to visit on a geography and/or geology based school trip. They provide a range of activities as well as having highly experienced rangers.
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From the 13th-century Beaulieu Abbey to revolutionary motoring breakthroughs at the National Motor Museum, the attraction offers a wide range of opportunities for educational groups.
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Discover what life was like on board the legendary ship Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper & fastest ship of her time. This 19th-century ship has been raised over 3 metres allowing you the jaw-dropping experience of walking underneath.
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Why is white chocolate white, but milk chocolate brown? How are your shoes linked to the rainforest? What is a tenrec? Find the answers to these questions, and many more, as you explore our 4 spectacular glasshouses and 15 acres of flourishing gardens.
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