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The essential school & travel guide from pre-school to higher education

The essential school & travel guide from pre-school to higher education

Educational visits is a one stop shop for exciting and inspiring school visits. Our huge range of fantastic attractions and top quality accommodation means we have something for students of any age and at any academic stage. Whether you know exactly what you want or need a little inspiration, we make it easier than ever to plan an educational and unforgettable trip.

We can also create tailor made educational trips to your specification, so whether it’s key stage 2 maths or GCSE biology all you have to do is get in touch and we’ll plan, book and deliver an educational and engaging trip perfect for your students. Group rates and free teacher places are also available. Get out of the classroom today!

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What's On: March 2017

March 2017

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The Roman Baths - Sponsor a Tile

21st Mar 2017

The Roman Baths Foundation launches Sponsor a Tile The Roman Baths Foundation has launched a Sponsor a Tile appeal to support the Archway Project and future education and conservation projects at the Roman Baths. This is a unique opportunity for local residents and visitors to the Baths to make and leave their own individual mark and message of support on a virtual tile for this ground-breaking project, which will transform on-site education at the Roman Baths.  Sponsoring a tile is low-cost, quick and easy. For a minimum donation of £5, virtual tiles can be customized with a  ‘scratched...

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Sea Turtles arrive at the Deep!

13th Mar 2017

The Deep is delighted to announce the safe arrival of two Loggerhead Sea Turtles and a male Zebra Shark.These new arrivals have joined us from Aquatopia in Antwerp following the Belgium aquarium having to close its doors.The Loggerhead turtles named Mabouche and Sansbecco are just over 1m in size. Mabouche is the youngest of the pair at 13 years old and weighs 40kg. Sansbecco is slightly older at 35 and weighs 80kg.Both turtles are missing their lower jaws as a result of being caught on a long line in the Mediterranean, meaning they could never be released back into the wild as they wouldn...

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