History School & College Tours to London
A history tour to London provides an exciting opportunity for students to study over 2,000 years of British History.
There are so many exciting ways to link the curriculum to our capital city whether it is through a visit to the Cabinet War rooms, The Imperial War Museum and the Churchill Museum to learn about World War II or with a trip to Hampton Court Palace to experience life under Henry 8th in the Tudor times.
You can also take a stroll along Pudding Lane to see the site where the Great Fire of London started. You’ll definitely be spoilt for choice when organising a school tour to London for History!
- Westminster Abbey - Classic centrepiece of British architecture.
- Houses of Parliament - Visit the seat of the British Government.
- Hampton Court Palace - A glimpse of Royal history including the riverside gardens and the world-famous maze.
- Windsor Castle - Visit one of the Queen's 3 official residences.
- London Dungeon - Bringing more than 2,000 years of gruesomely authentic history vividly back to life....and death.
- Tower of London - Visit the Crown Jewels and learn about England's royal history.
- Natural History Museum - Discover the origins of man & beast.
- Imperial War Museum - Discover the historic impact of war on society.
- Cabinet War Rooms - Explore the life of Winston Churchill in the headquarters where he influenced the course of history during the Blitz.
- Florence Nightingale Museum - Fascinate your students with the story of Florence Nightingale and her achievements in becoming the founder of modern nursing in the UK.
- Cutty Sark - one of three ships in London on the Core Collection of the National Historic Ships Register.
- Explore the UK’s capital and how the past has influenced what the city is today
- Visit and study the history of parliament and democracy in the UK today
- Explore key events in London’s history and reflect on their significance for the country and for the world at large
- Learn about the importance of significant events in London’s history and their significance to the wider world
- Witness and experience the political processes that govern the UK