Art & Design school trips to London
Our London Art & Design school trip provides an ideal platform for students regardless of their chosen focus – fine art, sculpture, photography, street art, textiles and more. The Tate Modern, based in the former Bankside Power Station, holds the national collection of British art from 1900 to the present day, whilst Tate Britain houses a substantial collection of UK art dating since Tudor times, with the works of Turner being of particular note. Banqueting House is worth a stop to see the only in-situ ceiling painting by Sir Peter Paul Rubens. The V&A's vast collection of decorative arts is inspiring. And as well as taking inspiration from the fantastic collections, museums and galleries, significant landmarks such as St Paul's Cathedral, The Tower of London and London Bridge offer an ideal setting for drawing and photography. An Art & Design trip to London allows students to develop an appreciation for art in a stimulating yet familiar setting.
- Arrive in London
- St Paul’s Cathedral
- Tate Modern
- Evening trip on the London Eye
- Tate Britain & Banqueting House (Rubens’ Ceiling)
- Victoria & Albert museum
- Return to school
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price... Request a quote
Royal National Hotel
- Fantastic central location
- Great value accommodation in the heart of London
In terms of value and location the Royal National hotel is second to none in London.
Location: Located just off central Russell Square the hotel is opposite the British Museum and walking distance from the West End.
Facilities: As well as a sizeable restaurant the hotel also offers a cafe and bar area in the reception area as well as meeting rooms and a gift shop. The hotel is entirely wheelchair accessible.
Accommodation: Twin or triple rooms are normally offered for students with singles or twins for staff. All rooms are en-suite with televisions and tea & coffee making facilities.
Meals: Breakfast is served daily in the hotel’s restaurant and evening meals are also available.
- Great value central base for exploring London
- Ideal for groups on a budget
This popular hostel offers quite simply the best value central accommodation for student groups in the capital.
Location: A short walk from Russell Square the hostel is a stone’s throw from the West End and all of the city’s major attractions.
Facilities: Showers and toilet facilities on every floor. The hostel offers a restaurant and bar on-site as well as pool tables, meeting room and Wi-Fi.
Accommodation: Basic dorm room with 6, 8 and 12 bedded options for students. Single and twins available for staff. All rooms equipped with wash basins
Meals: Daily breakfast is served in the restaurant along with evening meals if required.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
Kensington Palace – Diana; her fashion story
This new exhibition will trace the evolution of the princess’s style, from demure, romantic outfits of her first public appearances, to the glamour, elegance and confidence of her later life. Complementing the dress exhibition, the garden has been planted with flowers and foliage, inspired by memories of the Princess’s life, image and style. Entry to the palace including the exhibition is free for those up to 15 years of age.
St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul’s Cathedral sits on top of the highest point in the City of London. It is world famous, designed by architect Sir Christopher Wren. The Dome is 111m high and you can climb to the top. At the top of the dome you’ll find the Whispering Gallery which runs around the interior of the dome.
Tate Modern and Britain
Tate Modern houses some of the finest modern art in the world and Tate Britain displays art from 1500 to the modern day as well as showing the Turner Prize winning pieces every year.
Victoria and Albert Museum
The world’s largest collection of decorative art and design, and spans 12.5 acres of exhibition space!.
National Portrait Gallery
This gallery features the most famous British faces in history. You can see over 175,000 portraits from the 16th Century onwards.
Western European paintings from 13th century to the 19th century. See Monets and Cezannes, Gainsborough and Rubens; Van Gogh and Rembrandts.
This is London's largest gallery dedicated to photography. Three floors of exhibitions, often very contemporary and thought provoking.
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
London’s most wonderfully weird visitor attraction where students can explore an unbelievable collection of over 700 cultural, astonishing yet educational artefacts and interactive exhibits collected from around the globe.
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