- I very enjoyable tour which had a well balanced mix of Design Technology and sightseeing excursions. The BMW tour was excellent.
Published on: 13 November 2019
Take your aspiring Design & Technology students to the superb destination of Berlin on their next school trip, with the ever growing creativity of the city it has become a melting pot of innovation and futuristic thinking. We have put together a selection of excursions and visits based around Design & Technology including Volkswagens "Transparent Factory," so why not offer your students the opportunity to visit this exciting destination and request a quotation from us today?
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Why not combine your DT group with a group from another subject to boost numbers? Contact us for help arranging cross-curriculum trips.
Fly from the UK to Berlin. Take your airport transfer and proceed to your accommodation for check-in. Why not take your students out and enjoy a group evening meal.
Have breakfast at your accommodation before you go to the Bauhaus Museum. Here, your students will discover one of the most important and influential schools of design, art and architecture in the 20th Century.
After lunch, visit the BMW Motorcycle Plant and see the manufacturing process involved creating BMW motorcycles. Your students will witness various stages of production such as the machining shop, engine assembly, paint shop to logistics.
Then take your group for an evening meal before you return to your accommodation.
On day 3 you will visit the German Museum of Technology where students will discover a large collection of technical artefacts that dates back over 120 years. From film technology, transportation, aerospace to manufacturing process. After this, take your students on a group evening meal before proceeding back to your accommodation.
Subject to flight times, you may have some free time before you proceed back to the airport for your departing flight.
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