A city defined by its unique culture and rich history, London is peppered with an array of iconic landmarks and world class museums – a fascinating study destination for a range of subjects.

Student trips to London offer sixth form, college and university groups the chance to explore everything from the eye-opening Tate Modern to the bustling West End.

With so much on offer in this city, we provide a number of college and university trips to London. Art and Design students can study a range of artistic styles at the National Portrait Gallery, before putting their own skills into practice while capturing the city on the South Bank.


British Library, London

The British Library offers a series of workshops to encourage curiosity, creativity and exploration, which enrich the curriculum and develop lifelong learning skills.
Their website is also brimming with ideas and inspiration for the classroom, from Gothic literature to medieval history and from World War One to feminism.
The library offers self-guided visits for study groups, enabling independent exploration of their galleries and public spaces


London Eye, London

This magnificent structure reaches 443 feet at it’s highest point, offering unrivaled panoramic views of the iconic London skyline. It is the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel and has become the UK’s most popular paid for visitor attraction.
A remarkable feat of design and engineering, the London Eye is a key feature of London’s skyline, offering visitors a fresh perspective of the this bustling city.


Houses of Parliament, London

Student groups are welcome to enjoy a stimulating year-round programme of visits to The Houses of Parliament, including a themed workshop and tour of the awe-inspiring Palace of Westminster.
You visit will begin with a tour of the Palace of Westminster, providing context about the work and role of Parliament.
A choice of curriculum-focused workshops follow; including a Q&A session with your school’s MP, subject to their availability at the time of your visit. (Please note that a letter must be sent to your local MP or member of the House of Lords to arrange a date).


Tower of London, London

Founded in 1066 following the start of the Norman Conquest, Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, more commonly known as the Tower of London, is a fascinating historic castle nestled in the heart of city.
Home to the spectacular Crown Jewels and over a thousand years of history, from the Norman times to it’s role as a prison during the World Wars of last century, students can benefit from a number of educational tours and workshops that will ignite their imagination.


British Museum, London

Established in 1753, The British Museum is one of the oldest museums in the world.
Dedicated to showcasing human history and culture, its permanent collection numbering eight million works is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence.
The collections originate from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the modern day.
The British Museum is a fascinating place for any student group to visit whilst on an educational study trip in London.

Columbia Hotel, London

The Columbia Hotel is in an ideal location for student groups visiting London who don’t want to compromise on quality.
The independent family-run budget hotel is nestled in Lancaster Gate, offering guests modern day comforts whilst ensuring that the character, elegance and charm of the original Victorian property is retained.
Situated less than one mile from Marble Arch, there is quick and easy access by several bus routes and underground stations to city business centres, theatres, shopping and tourist attractions.

Package Includes

  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Flights
  • Coach transfers
  • Admission fees
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Detailed information pack
  • Free staff place ratio 1:10
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