Yorkshire & North East England School Trips

With wide open skies, diverse countryside and a stunning coastline, Yorkshire and the North East of England is rich in history, geography and culture.

School Trips to Yorkshire & the North East

Yorkshire and the North East of England offers a wealth of learning opportunities.

History students will be inspired by visiting Hadrian’s Wall, Alnwick and Bamburgh Castles in Northumberland and Yorkshire has a wealth of great houses, castles and abbeys to explore. The great cities of Newcastle and York make an ideal base to explore the surrounding areas and both have a wealth of museums to visit.  With three national parks, a dramatic and diverse coastline, the area offers geography and geology field trips with a wealth of opportunities.

Our North East school trips include some great locations across the the North East as well as Yorkshire and the city of York.

Subject Centres

Hadrian’s Wall – History, Geology, Roman architecture

North York Moors – Outward Bound, History, Agriculture, Geology

Yorkshire Dales – History, Outward Bound, Flora and Fauna

York – History, Romans, Architecture


Things to See and Do


  • Ingleton Waterfall Trails
  • White Scar Caves
  • Skipton Castle
  • Thackray Medical Museum
  • Eureka!
  • Kirklees Light Railway
  • York’s Chocolate Story
  • Original Ghost Walk of York
  • York Dungeon
  • Jorvik
  • Yorkshire Air Museum,
  • Let Loose
  • John Bull School of Rock
  • The Deep
  • Dalby Forest
  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway
  • North Bay Railway
  • Scarborough Sea Life
  • Carlton Lodge Activity Centre
  • Fountain’s Abbey
  • Lightwater Valley
  • The Forbidden Corner
  • The Royal Navy Museum
  • Beamish Museum
  • Beamish Wild
  • WWT Washington Wetland Centre
  • Alnwick Castle
  • Queen Ethelburga’s
  • The Fort
  • Hedley House
  • Sneaton Castle


Other Trips

Please contact us for detail of more trips including Leeds

North East England & York Gallery

Thank you so much for our fantastic weekend. We can’t believe how wonderfully everything went. York Minster was an outsanding and truly awesome experience. All our students were moved by the spiritual and cultural dimension that York Minster offers. We intend on returning to see the restoration of the key window. Our volunteer, Timo was outstanding in his knowledge and engaging manner to our students. He provided inspiration and insight to the Minster. We would highly recommend Timo to any secondary school visitors. We are now organising and re advertising the trip for next year and hope that you’ll be able to help us again.

Jenny Dobson

Bedford School

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