Science school trips offer a fascinating insight for students with a range of amazing venues and attractions to explore across our wide range of destinations. We offer exciting visits that combine practical workshops with informative sessions to broaden the knowledge of your Science students.
Our fantastic range of Science school trips are designed to inspire your students and give them a unique opportunity to study the world of Science in some truly amazing locations.
Why choose EST for a Science school trip?
We believe that educational Science trips should combine practical learning with real-world experiences that enhance students’ understanding of scientific theory. Students will learn invaluable skills and gain insight from industry professionals in exciting workshops that promote interactive learning.
Our experience in delivering Science trips for schools has helped us to establish strong working partnerships with venues and organisers across multiple destinations. We’ll work alongside you to develop a Science trip itinerary that exceeds expectations and delivers on your learning objectives throughout. Our tailored support means you’ll be able to lean on one of our dedicated Tour consultants from the moment you enquire.
Our Science school trip highlights include…
We provide Science trips for schools to some of the world’s most exciting locations. Our range of Science trip destinations include:
Science LIVE! at Disneyland Paris
Stem LIVE! in London
Unique educational opportunities for your Science students
There’s so much to explore and discover during a Science trip - no matter where you visit. Brussels is a hub for science and innovation with excellent visits such as the Euro Space Centre and one of the largest planetariums in Europe. Amsterdam has the Nemo Science Centre, the biggest in The Netherlands, and the highlight of any science trip to Geneva has to be a visit to CERN which is the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. Check out more about what exactly there is to see and do during your Science school visit.
Many of Berlin’s industries are at the forefront of IT, pharmaceutical and biomedical technology where developments such as the Berlin Life Science Learning Lab offer workshops, allowing students to work in a lab performing experiments.
Iceland is home to some of the world’s most impressive geological landscapes, perfect for your Science students and their inquisitive minds. The raw power of Iceland’s natural environment offers great ways to see and investigate elements of chemistry, biology, physics and geothermal energy.
New York offers all you need for the perfect science trip with visits such as the interactive Liberty Science Center and the New York Hall of Science.
The French capital offers an interesting mix of Science such as going behind the scenes of the Eiffel Tower and the Universcience museums, created to inspire as many people as possible about the world of science around them.
In London, science visits include The Natural History Museum, WWT Wetland Centre, London Zoo, Royal Observatory Greenwich and The Science Museum where you can take part in workshops arranged by the museum.
LIVE! Student Conferences
Try our LIVE! Student Conference Events at either Disneyland Paris or London Science Museum, which are the perfect combination of fun and learning. These inspiring educational events are for KS4 learners and are an immersive learning experience uniquely designed to complement and enhance classroom learning.
Organising your Science school trip with EST
For a Science school trip there are so many destination choices, if you have a specific place in mind and it is not listed or would like some help in choosing a suitable destination for your college or school educational trip, please contact us to discuss your options with one of our experienced Tour Consultants.
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