21st February 2013

CERN recently announced that it is to undergo a two year shut-down, in order to allow a program of upgrades and repairs to the accelerator and its infrastructure.  However, despite the shut-down Adaptable Travel can confirm that school trips to CERN will not be impacted, and your school science group will still be able to enjoy a school trip to CERN.

Adaptable Travel are the market leaders in organising school trips to CERN, with school trips to CERN starting from just £145 per paying passenger.  The CERN shut-down will allow the accelerator to be run at full energies for the first time, with a target date for this of late 2014.  The CERN school trips will take the same format as before despite the shut-down, and a school trip to CERN is still one of the inspiring adventures any young mind will ever experience.

A visit to CERN now will allow students to see and experience the worlds most important science experiment in history and see first-hand what impact the experiments at CERN are having on the world of science and scientific theories.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to see how we can help in organising your school trip to CERN, with our free information pack, quotation and help from our resident science experts.  Alternatively, get in touch and why not try one of our other science school trips, including Science Discovered! starring Professor Brian Cox, or Iceland, Holland, Belgium, Futuroscope or one of many other amazing science school trips on offer from Adaptable Travel.

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