With the abundance of hotels and hostels in London, we have a superb range of accommodation to choose from, both centrally and on the outskirts, with facilities and prices to suit all needs and budgets.
Premier Inn Wembley Hangar Lane
These hotels both offer a very high standard of accommodation at a good price. Located in quieter areas slightly outside of the busy city centre but with easy access to all the major sights and on public transport routes.
Premier Inn Harrow
If you are looking to stay on the outskirts of London for a quieter location this hotel is ideal. Located north of London you can still access the city centre by coach within 1 hour. Recommended for groups on a tight budget and is a great option if you are including a Harry Potter Studio tour in your itinerary.
Excellent youth hostel accommodation offering a range of facilities. Located in the edge of the Docklands area, this is ideally suited to younger groups travelling by coach.
Royal National Hotel
This is our most central hotel, located in the heart of the city within walking distance of the West End. The Royal National is a large hotel offering comfortable and affordable accommodation in an excellent central location.
Wembley International Hotel
This is a large hotel, located just outside the city centre, yet close to public transport. Rooms for students are all 3 - 4 bedded and the hotel has good meeting room facilities.
This hotel is in an excellent location at Lancaster Gate. It's an old favourite for school groups although is only available for 2 night stays and longer.
London offers a great choice of museums and attractions, many of which are an ideal complement to their learning and can be free for students.
Art Galleries Of London
London has a great range of art galleries, which have free entrance and all offer downloadable resources and education programmes. The most popular galleries are:
National Portrait Gallery
Victoria & Albert
Shakespeare’s Globe 2019 Summer Season
The Globe summer 2019 season is certainly one that school groups will want to be part of with a fantastic variety of plays to help bring Shakespeare to life. Choose the play that best ties in with your studies and our specialists will help you create the perfect itinerary around it. We are also a Friend of The Globe meaning each year we have access to priority booking, helping to secure the exact dates you require in advance.
Here are some of the key plays available:
Romeo & Juliet: 28th February – 23rd March
Henry IV Part 1 (Hotspur): 23rd April – 11th October
Henry IV Part 2 (or Falstaff): 25th April – 11th October
Henry V (or Harry England): 30th April – 11th October
The Comedy of Errors: 6th May – 23rd August
Twelfth Night – 4th May – 21st August
Pericles: 5th May – 24th August
Audience Choice: 4th May – 24th August
The Merry Wives of Windsor: 17th May – 12th October
A Midsummer Night’s Dream: 28th June – 13th October
As You Like It: 7th August - 21st September
Alternative Captioned Performances and BSL (British Sign Language) Performances are available throughout the year.
Arcelormittal Orbit & 'Ride The Slide'
With breath-taking views of London, the world’s longest and tallest tunnel slide and the UK’s highest freefall abseil, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is the UK’s most exciting viewing platform.
Enjoy a breath-taking panorama of up to 20 miles across London through stunning floor to ceiling windows before experiencing the city’s landmarks from the outside observation walkway suspended 262ft above the ground. Discover sights including Wembley Stadium, St Paul’s Cathedral and Canary Wharf and get an exclusive bird’s eye view of the iconic sporting venues of London 2012.
The Slide: A hair-raising experience that’s not for the feint-hearted? Hold on tight through the twists, turns and drops of the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide as it weaves its way through the iconic red steel frame of the UK’s tallest sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
Enjoy the 40 second descent in the 584ft long slide through light and dark sections at speeds of up to 15mph as The Slide loops its way around the ArcelorMittal Orbit 12 times taking visitors through gentle curves, thrilling drops and a tight corkscrew. Take a Look > https://youtu.be/N7ee2ExjhUc
With more than 7 million objects within its collections, the British Museum illustrates and documents the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present.
We are delighted to be a chosen travel partner of Kidzania which is sure to take the UK by storm! The visit is up to 4 hours long.
Imagine a 75,000sq.ft child-size city where kids are in charge! An incredible learning experience awaits for children from early years to age 14. Watch the excitement on their faces as they try out more than 60 real life role-play activities in the bank, on stage or fighting crime on the streets as a police officer!
Each role-play experience is crafted to teach pupils essential life skills including financial literacy, team work and independence giving them the confidence to challenge themselves and inspire them to explore the world of opportunities. Take a look at this video showcasing what to expect!
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Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum covers conflicts involving Britain from the First World War through to the present day. The Centenary of the First World War is highly topical and with it’s new First World War galleries the IWM is a must for any group visiting London.
The London Dungeon combines real history, horror and humour to bring gruesome goings-on back to life in the 21st century. A thrilling and exciting trip that students will love, with actors recreating events such as the Great Fire of London, Sweeney Todd, the Plague and Jack the Ripper.
Breath-taking sights make the London Eye a highlight of the city which you should not miss!
A thrilling and exciting visit containing inspiring wax works of some of the world’s most influential and famous people. Galleries include Sport, World Leaders, The Royal Family and Music along with the Spirit of London ride and Marvel Super Heroes 4D experience.
Museum Of London
Step inside Museum of London for a memorable journey through London’s unsettled history. Telling London's story students can enjoy the prehistoric, Roman and medieval London galleries through to the present day.
Natural History Museum
Hundreds of exciting, interactive exhibits including the ultimate dinosaur exhibition, a human biology section or visit 'Investigate' -an exciting new hands-on science centre perfect for engaging students.
Ripley’s, Believe It Or Not
Based in the heart of the West End, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is the most wonderfully weird visitor attraction in London. Home to countless curiosities collected by the legendary adventurer Robert Ripley, you’ll step into a fascinating world where the bizarre and the unbelievable come to life and
where amazement is waiting around every corner. From unusual art to underwater wonders, an upside down room and even a dungeon, at Ripley’s London there are mindboggling experiences for even the wildest imagination.
The Science Museum allows you to introduce children to science with fun, hands-on interactives and encounter the past, present and future of technology in seven floors of galleries.
Tower Of London
See where numerous individuals lost their heads and visit the Prisoners exhibition which looks at some of the Towers more notorious convicts including Anne Boleyn, Edward V, Guy Fawkes and Sir Thomas More.
West End Theatre Performance
Whatever your study aims, a West End show is a great opportunity to reward those on school trips to London with a thrilling night at the theatre. Current top West End Shows include:
- Lion King
- Les Misérables
- Matilda The Musical
- School of Rock
Whatever show you are interested in seeing, we can advise you on the best time to go and arrange your group seating.
Highlights Of London Guided Tour
A half day guided tour of the city on board your coach is a perfect way to see all the major sites. Highly recommended if this is a first time visit to London for many of your students.
Guided tour of the London 2012 Olympic Sites
Following the outstanding success of the world’s greatest sporting event, there is now huge interest in seeing the area where our athletes won their medals. This 2 – 2½ hour walk begins at Pudding Mill Lane and takes in the exteriors of the Aquatic Centre, the Stadium, Handball Arena (The Copper Box), the Velodrome and also the new I-City (formerly the International Press Centre). For an additional fee we can pre-book visits inside the Copper Box, the Aquatics Centre and the Orbit within your walking tour.
Thames River Cruise
This cruise along the Thames is a great way to see some of the major sites of the city. We recommend groups take the 40 minute cruise from Westminster to Tower which takes in Westminster, Big Ben, Somerset House, London Eye, Oxo Tower, The Tate Modern, St Paul’s Cathedral, London Bridge, Tower Bridge and the Tower.
Make your evening meal a night out with a restaurant visit. We can book tables at an exciting range of restaurants offering pre-theatre dinner packages to suit all budgets. Choose from:
Bubba Gump Shrimp
Hard Rock Café