School Trip to Bristol and Bath – 2 Nights Stay

School Trip to Bristol and Bath – 2 Nights Stay

Welcome to an unforgettable school trip to Bristol and Bath! Over the next two nights, you will embark on a captivating journey filled with educational adventures and exciting explorations. From immersing yourself in the wonders of wildlife at the Bristol Zoo Project to stepping back in time at The Roman Baths, and from unleashing your curiosity at We The Curious to discovering botanical treasures at the University of Bristol Botanic Garden, this itinerary promises a comprehensive and immersive experience. As we delve into the cultural heritage and natural beauty of these remarkable cities, get ready for a transformative and unforgettable school trip!

Day 1

10:00 AM – Arrival by Coach

Welcome to the vibrant cities of Bristol and Bath! Get ready for an exciting and educational journey ahead.

10:00 AM – 12:00 AM: Bristol Zoo Project

Embark on an incredible wildlife adventure at the Bristol Zoo Project, a haven for conservation and biodiversity. Explore diverse habitats, encounter fascinating animal species, and learn about the zoo’s ongoing efforts to protect endangered wildlife. Engage in interactive talks, educational workshops, and animal encounters that promote environmental awareness and foster an appreciation for the natural world.

12:30 PM – 2:30 PM: Bristol Museums and Art Gallery

Uncover the city’s rich history and cultural heritage at the Bristol Museums and Art Gallery. Explore captivating exhibits, from ancient artifacts to contemporary artworks, and gain insights into Bristol’s past and present. Students can participate in guided tours, workshops, or artistic activities that inspire creativity and historical understanding.

2:45 PM – 4:30 PM: The Roman Baths

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the ancient world at The Roman Baths in Bath. Discover the history of this well-preserved Roman site, marvel at the ancient architecture, and learn about the fascinating Roman culture. Engage in guided tours that provide valuable historical context, deepening students’ understanding of this significant historical site.

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM: Dinner

Day 2

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM: Breakfast at Accommodation

8:30 PM – 10:30 PM: University of Bristol Botanic Garden

Escape to the tranquility of the University of Bristol Botanic Garden, a paradise of diverse plant life and botanical wonders. Students can explore themed gardens, engage in horticultural workshops, and learn about the importance of plant conservation and sustainability.

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM: Victoria Art Gallery

Immerse yourself in the world of art at the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath. Explore a diverse collection of paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts. Students can participate in educational talks, creative workshops, or art appreciation sessions that nurture their artistic expression and critical thinking skills.

1:30 PM – 3:30 PM: We The Curious

Unleash your curiosity and delve into science, technology, and the wonders of the natural world at We The Curious in Bristol. Engage in interactive exhibits, hands-on experiments, and live demonstrations that ignite a passion for learning and scientific exploration.

3:45 PM – 5:45 PM: AirHop Trampoline Park Bristol

Reward your students with high-flying excitement at AirHop Trampoline Park Bristol. Students can indulge in freestyle jumps, conquer obstacle courses, and enjoy gravity-defying fun. This active experience promotes physical fitness, coordination, and teamwork.

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM: Dinner

Enjoy a meal out at a local restaurant. 

Day 3

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM: Breakfast at Accommodation

8:45 AM – 10:45 AM:

Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm

Embark on a wild adventure at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, an educational sanctuary for animals from all over the world. Take guided tours, participate in animal encounters, and learn about conservation efforts to protect endangered species. This immersive experience deepens students’ understanding of biodiversity, animal behavior, and the importance of wildlife conservation.

11:00 AM – 12:00 AM: Learning at Bristol’s Historic Houses

Explore the city’s rich architectural heritage and historical houses, such as the Georgian House, Blaise Castle House Museum, and The Red Lodge Museum. Engage in guided tours that offer insights into the lifestyles, traditions, and historical significance of these well-preserved buildings.

12:30 AM – 3:00 PM: M Shed

Discover Bristol’s fascinating industrial past at M Shed, a museum that celebrates the city’s maritime history, trade, and cultural diversity. Students can engage in interactive exhibits, historical reenactments, and educational talks that provide a deeper understanding of Bristol’s evolution.

3:30 PM – Departure by Coach

Bid farewell to the captivating cities of Bristol and Bath as you board the coach and embark on your journey back to school. Cherish the memories made during this enriching and transformative school trip.

As your memorable school trip to Bristol and Bath draws to a close, your students take with them a wealth of knowledge and insights across various subjects. The engaging educational activities have broadened their horizons, deepened their understanding of history, culture, and science, and fostered a sense of wonder for the world around them. From exploring the animal kingdom at Bristol Zoo Project to discovering ancient Roman history at The Roman Baths, and from engaging in scientific wonders at We The Curious to appreciating art and culture at Victoria Art Gallery, our journey has been a true feast of learning. With newfound appreciation and cherished memories, they return home with a renewed passion for education, ready to apply the lessons learned from this remarkable adventure in their academic pursuits and beyond.

Please note that the attractions suggested for this itinerary are just examples, and you can choose other relevant attractions and museums based on your preferences, curriculum objectives, and availability. Please check with each attraction for up to date opening times.

If you’d like some help planning and organising your next school trip then please contact us now

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