Cornwall and the West Country top the list of most popular holiday destinations in the UK but also make the perfect venue for a school trip. A safe and fun destination for students to visit it has all you need to provide an inspiring educational tour.
Whether you want to see a world-class art exhibition at the Tate St Ives, learn about biodiversity and sustainability at the Eden Project or study geology and coastal processes on the Jurassic Coast this area offers visits to meet all your study aims.
Add to this breath-taking scenery, great beaches and a relaxed atmosphere and students will have an unforgettable time out of the classroom that is sure to pay dividends on their return.
Top Visits in Cornwall
The Eden Project
Cornish Seal Sanctuary
Tate St Ives
Barbara Hepworth Museum
Blue Reef Aquarium
Lost Gardens of Heligan
St Michaels Mount
Top Tips from Our Travel Experts
"No trip to Cornwall is complete without a visit to the Eden Project. The botanical gardens offer a fantastic educational experience whether it is art or geography. You do not need to worry about navigating public transport if you are travelling from the UK as you will have a coach with you for the duration of your trip. You should always make sure to factor in some time to explore a quaint Cornish town or to relax on the beach with a pasty followed up with an ice cream! No matter the time of year we would always recommend bringing your Pac A Mac!"