Day Trips to Birmingham


Enrichment school trips are a fantastic opportunity to reward your pupils after a busy school term. And with an educational trip to Birmingham, there are endless attractions to choose from.

From learning about the city's rich industrial history, to sampling the delights of Cadbury World, to treetop adventures in the great outdoors, you can easily combine learning, fun and team building into one short trip. 

Whether you're looking for an enrichment day trip or a study day, our expert school tour providers will build a bespoke itinerary that will inspire and entertain your students in equal measure.

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Tour Day 1

Depart school for a day at Woodlands Adventure activity centre
Take part in a full day of exciting activities at Woodlands Adventure. Choose from climbing, abseiling, zip lines, raft building, canoeing and more
Depart for journey back to school

Study Visits

The Black Country Living Museum

A school tour of The Black Country Living Museum tells the story of the creation of the world’s first industrial landscape. Shops, houses and workshops have been carefully reconstructed to preserve the character of the region and share real lives and real stories from the 1880s-1940s. 

Kenilworth Castle

Kenilworth Castle has been a major military stronghold, a royal palace, and an inspiration to writers and artists. It's the perfect destination for educational tours, covering a wide range of curriculum subjects such as English and History

Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum

An educational tour at Thinktank, Birmingham's award winning science museum, offers an enlightening and fun packed day.

From steam engines and talking robots through to gurgling guts and a chocolate wrapping machine, Thinktank has over 200 hands-on displays on science and technology. Plus incredible shows that allow you to travel through the human body; dive under the ocean; shrink to the size of an atom or allow yourself to be immersed completely in music and light.

Warwick Castle

The famous Warwick Castle's range of activities bring 1,100 years of history vividly to life.

Cadbury World

A school trip to Cadbury World offers a unique experience that gives fascinating insight into the rich heritage of the nation's favourite chocolate brand. A variety of zones showcase their history, chocolate making, and now include the 4D Chocolate Adventure cinema experience.

Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is home to a unique collection of animals from across the world, including Red Pandas, lemurs, reptiles, meerkats, otters, birds, wallabies and a large collection of monkeys.

Some of the animals are endangered in the wild, and the park plays an important role in conservation by participating in endangered species breeding programmes.

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Cultural Visits

Woodlands Adventure

Woodland Adventure provides a structured, safe and controlled environment for your pupils to face new challenges and develop new skills to support their self confidence and engagement in learning back in the classroom. Activities include: climbing & abseiling, assault course, zip lines, canoeing & kayaking, bushcraft and archery. 

All Things Wild

All Things Wild combines a zoo, where you’ll discover over 50 different species, including meerkats, lemurs, porcupines, squirrel monkeys, wallabies, capybara and more, with a dinosaur experience and 30 acres of indoor and outdoor space to explore. 

Go Ape, Coventry

Set in the 500-acres of Coombe Country Park Go Ape Coventry offers the best of high rope antics. 

For the Treetop Adventure activity you buddy-up with a friend to navigate the tricky crossings together or show off your best tree-climbing skills as you soar through the sky with your hands free to proudly wave from the speedy zip wire.

Go Ape, Cannock

Go Ape Cannock lies in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has nearly 1,500 metres of tree-to-tree crossings on our Challenge course.

For the Treetop Adventure activity you buddy-up with a friend to navigate the tricky crossings together or show off your best tree-climbing skills as you soar through the sky with your hands free to proudly wave from the speedy zip wire.

National Sea Life Centre

Perfect for introducing pupils to a range of scientific topics, and encouraging curiosity about marine phenomena in the natural world, the Sea Life Centre’s school programme has been designed to support several core elements of the National Curriculum.

Pupils will come 'face-to-fin' with over 2,000 creatures, meeting goofy Gentoo penguins in their Antarctic Ice Cave, before heading to the interactive rock pools to feel a real starfish!

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