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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: July 2018

July 2018

From The Blog

The tradition of baking Wilfra Cakes to be re-instated by Ripon Museums

13th Jul 2018

To celebrate the most wonderful day of the year (that’s Yorkshire Day, if there was any doubt), Ripon Museums are bringing back the Wilfra Cake, a traditional fruit tart made in Ripon as part of the festival of St Wilfra.Wilfra Cakes were made during Wilfra Week, a festival at the beginning of August to commemorate St Wilfra. St Wilfra, or Wilfrid, began building Ripon Cathedral in the 600s and is patron saint of the Cathedral. The festival of St Wilfra, which celebrated the return of the saint to his home town after a long absence abroad, began in 1108, when King Henry I gran...

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Toilet Talk

5th Jul 2018

Toilet TalkWhat goes down our loos and drains and what rubbish is thrown into the sea has recently made headlines.  David Attenborough’s last series Blue Planet Two drew attention to the problem and the Museum of London recently made headlines that their most visited exhibit in recent months has been the giant fatberg nicknamed the Whitechapel Monster as it was found in the sewers of London which has been so popular that they are looking at ways of preserving it.  The largest fatberg is the size of New Zealand imagine meeting that!This week,  Duncan Yeadon, owner of Natureland, in Lincoln...

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