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Our immersive learning experience includes all this….
- Travel, 2 nts accommodation & insurance
- Conference & workbook
- Park Hopper ticket
- Event team services
Welcome Discount for Every New Teacher
As a teacher/lecturer booking with us for the first time, you can SAVE £30pp on your next school/college trip to the USA and other long haul destinations and £10pp on UK and Europe destinations.
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Locate My Trip Included in Every Tour
Locate My Trip is the easy, convenient way for your school to follow your group’s location whilst on tour and, has been specifically designed to provide reassurance to both parents and teachers and is included as STANDARD in all our tours.
We Take Responsibility
For every school and college who take a trip with us, a Maya nut tree will be planted in Peru supporting reforestation and we pledge to offset an additional tonne of CO2 through the Brazilian Amazon deforestation project. Learn more here.
Science Trips to London
There are many places in London such as: 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.
Our sample itinerary provides you with an idea of the visits you can cover during your trip. We can tailor-make an itinerary to support your specific learning outcomes.
|1||Group rail travel to London, drop bags at your accommodation||Visit to the Science Museum||Visit 3D IMAX cinema at Science Museum. Evening meal|
|2||Forensics workshop at L'Oreal Young Science Centre||Visit to the Faraday Museum||Evening meal followed by West End Show|
|3||Visit to the Centre of the Cell||Return Group Rail Travel||Arrive back at school|
|Morning||Group rail travel to London, drop bags at your accommodation|
|Afternoon||Visit to the Science Museum|
|Evening||Visit 3D IMAX cinema at Science Museum. Evening meal|
|Morning||Forensics workshop at L'Oreal Young Science Centre|
|Afternoon||Visit to the Faraday Museum|
|Evening||Evening meal followed by West End Show|
|Morning||Visit to the Centre of the Cell|
|Afternoon||Return Group Rail Travel|
|Evening||Arrive back at school|
Price Shown includes
- Return rail travel (based on the fare from Birmingham stations)
- 1 night B&B accommodation
- Specialist group travel insurance
- Bespoke itinerary planning service
- Free place ratios
- Locate My Trip - live trip tracking app
- Online trip organiser & travel app
- 24/7 support whilst you are away
Reasons to Visit
Founded in 1857, the London Science Museum holds the world's most comprehensive collection of science, technology, industry and medicine. The themes are explained through a range of exhibits including the first steam locomotive and man's first flight in space. The main attractions include a V2 missile and the Apollo 10 command module. Admission to the museum is free.
Centre of the Cell
An exciting interactive science education and outreach centre. Visitors will be able to see research scientists at work as they enter the Centre. Once inside, visitors will learn about the amazing world of cells, the human body and the latest medical research. Each session includes KS2 - KS5 curriculum-linked interactive games grounded in cell biology.
The Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Collection is the free visitor destination for the incurably curious. It explores the connections between medicine, life and art in the past, present and future. The venue offers visiting learners contemporary and historic exhibitions and collections, lively events, the world-renowned Wellcome Library and tours.
London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo and one of London’s main tourist attractions, located on the edge of Regents Park. It organises a wide variety of educational programmes for all levels of students. They will also tailor a talk to suit the subject interests of students for English and Science. Educational packs are also available.
Royal Observatory Greenwich
The Royal Observatory was founded in 1675. The exhibition includes time-pieces, a history of the building as a working observatory, the Greenwich Meridian line, the history of time and astronomy and the giant refracting telescope.
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum in London is the world's leading museum of natural history, it contains a range of interactive exhibitions including an earthquake experience and dinosaurs exhibition.
The £25 million London Aquarium is the first attraction of its kind in London and is one of Europe's largest exhibitions of global aquatic life displayed in over 2 million litres of water. The Aquarium can organise a range of educational tours relating to a variety of subjects including art and design, leisure and tourism and science. Presentations can be tailored to suit the requirements of the group.
The Royal Institution - Young Scientist Centre
The L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre at the Ri is an imaginative laboratory space for young people and their teachers to experiment and explore science and technology outside the classroom. Students can participate in workshops covering all three scientific disciplines and engineering. The L'Oréal Young Scientist team can develop a bespoke programme to suit the level and ability of your students.
The Thames Barrier is an impressive work of engineering. The world's largest movable flood barrier, spans 520 metres (a third of a mile) across the Thames at Woolwich Reach, South East London, The Barrier was built to protect the capital from the river flooding its banks until the year 2030 The Thames Barrier Visitors Centre on the South Bank is open daily.
The visit includes a behind the scenes tour of Sky Studios, a hands on learning experience at Skills Studios where students will create their own television report and a chance to work with a team of experts and cutting edge technology. Each topic is available for Key Stage 2, 3 and 4 in subjects such as Science, Maths, English, Sport & Citizenship.
Home of Sigmund Freud and his family. The centrepiece of the museum of Freud’s study, preserved just as it was during his lifetime. The Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens in Hampstead, was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Nazi annexation of Austria in 1938.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park - Outdoor Classroom
During a visit to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, your students will be able to use the parklands, venues and waterways as an inspiring learning environment. Resources up to Key Stage 3 are available for download.
We Make Trip Planning Easy
- Day to day support and advice from our team of travel experts
- Easy-to-view online tour quotation
- Market-leading trip organiser portal, My Tour Manager
- Free Resources and templates to help launch your trip
- Email reminders to keep you on track
- Free and completely personalised Travel App to access your information on the go
- Locate My Trip designed to provide reassurance to parents and teachers
- Risk Assessment advice so you can make an informed decision on every tour component
- Teacher Inspection Visits
What you say
Once again delighted with the service we have received from beginning to end with EST.
Queen Elizabeths Grammar School
I will continue to use EST as each year our annual London trip gets better and better.
Kings Leadership Academy
An excellent trip which was thoroughly enjoyed by staff and students. I received great support throughout.
Sir John Deanes College
This was my second journey via European Study tours and I would highly recommend the company to anyone bringing groups to London.