Museums

There is no better way to bring history to life than a museum school trip. History allows the next generation to understand Change and how our Society came to be. Understanding our past in turn allows us to understand our present and to shape the future. We offer school, college and university trips to a wide variety of museums such as; children’s museums, archaeological museums, roman museums, mediaeval museums, Edwardian museums, postal museums, mining museums, heritage museums, science centres, Shakespeare museums, English Heritage and National Trust museums, transport museums, coal mining museums, military museums, space museums, sports museums, railway museums, film museums, science museums, fashion museums, prison museums and many more. 


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The Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum tells the story of firefighting, particularly in the Greater Manchester region. The area has played a significant role in the story of fire brigades and fire engineering.
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Based in a converted Victorian herring curing works, the Time & Tide museum is packed with lots of atmosphere & world-class objects, offering the perfect learning environment to inspire your pupils.   
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English Heritage is to be applauded for the development of the Discovery Visits, which interpret the story of the site and give a sense of time and place to visiting schools.
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We offer fantastic opportunities for children to experience, learn and have fun. Our teaching sessions relate to the National Curriculum and are delivered by experienced gallery educators.
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York’s Chocolate Story delivers wonderful educational tours, where your students will be given the chance to explore the origins of chocolate, learn how to taste chocolate like an expert and even have a go on our chocolate making station!
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A trip to the Science Museum will provide a rich context for learning about the science that shapes our lives. We'll help you put together an engaging itinerary to support your teaching and inspire pupils' curiosity and skills across a range of subjects.
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Extensive education programme, aligned with the Curriculum for Excellence, that offers presenter-led learning activities for a range of STEM topics & education levels. Visits include access to over 350 exhibits & a huge choice of interactive experiences.
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The Pines Garden Coastal School Dover, Perfect for your schools outdoor environment learning with Nature awareness, team building, woodland skills, British mammals identification, mini-beast safari, shelter building and renewable energy.
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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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The Turner Contemporary Art Gallery is not only one of the UK’s leading art galleries, it is also a wonderful learning environment where students can be taught through a wide range of inspiring tours and workshops.
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Impressive frontier fortress with 900 years of history – excellent for medieval, Tudor and Civil War topics, 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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Surrounded by beautiful gardens in the Shibden Valley, Shibden Hall provides a unique school trip experience, where students can fully immerse themselves into history.
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