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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: November 2018

November 2018

From The Blog

Museums for all in West Yorkshire

14th Nov 2018

If you are looking for some inspiration this Winter in West Yorkshire then be amazed at the range of high-quality, informative and fun museums that are available. West Yorkshire is a great location to explore for educational visits, with a plenty of history and a mixture of vibrant locations full of culture, there is plenty to do in and around Leeds, Bradford and the surrounding towns. Here is a quick list of our favourite museums in the West Yorkshire area.Eureka! The National Children’s Museum If you have a Key Stage 1 or 2 class that is in need of some inspiration then look no further ...

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First African lion cubs born in UK since 2015

29th Oct 2018

A South West Zoo reveals the first photos of two new-born cubs; the first African lion cubs born in the UK since 2015.  With African lions given a ‘vulnerable’ status by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), the zoo is celebrating these precious arrivals. (A species declared as ‘vulnerable’ faces a high risk of extinction in the wild within the next 100 years.)   The new cubs, which are yet to be named, were born at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm on the outskirts of Bristol on 20th August. Their mother, lioness Arusha, has never successfully reared a litter of cubs until...

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