Roman School Trips to York
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Roman School Trips to York

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As a city that was founded as part of the Roman Empire and later went on to be the Roman Capital of the country, York is truly a city moulded by the Roman Empire from day one, a presence that is still felt in areas of the city today.

York is home to some of the UK’s best examples of Roman remains, despite only a small percentage of remains and ruins actually uncovered. Serving as the perfect basecamp for your Roman school trips and the perfect opportunity to explore how this historic civilisation shaped the world we live in today, discovering the key sites in the city and in nearby Northern England. Through visits and unique experiences, you and your students can explore the amazing ancient presence rooted in this quaint English city and how this presence radiated through much of Northern England.

As a major element of KS1 and KS2 curriculums there’s no better region for your students to bring Roman history to life and step into an immersive exploration of this iconic ancient superpower. Interactive and visual experiences will strengthen your students’ grasps of the topic and allow them to relate aspects of Roman life to many of the modern adaptations still used in their everyday lives today. As an accessible and safe city with excellent links to other sites further North, York provides the perfect quaintly quiet yet historically engaging basecamp for your students to explore this fantastic topic.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to request a quote and start planning your next Roman school trip to the fantastic city of York!

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At Adaptable Travel, we can Bring the curriculum to life for your students with a bespoke school trip to York. Working alongside you, the teachers, we ensure our school trips are completely bespoke, tailored to the unique needs of your group, and delivering engagement and excitement every time. Below is a sample itinerary, in order for you to get an idea for what our most popular trips entail. If you are interested in planning your own school trip to York get in touch with a member of our friendly, expert team, today!

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Depart your school and travel to York via coach. Upon your arrival in York, your group will transfer to your hotel and check-in. If check-in is not yet available, luggage storage should be available. Once you have checked in and left your luggage at the hotel your group will visit the Yorkshire Museum, where they have some excellent exhibitions relating to British history, including a brilliant insight into Roman York. After this, your students can visit the scenic Museum Gardens home to the Multangular Tower, the best-preserved example of Roman architecture in the city. Lastly, you and your students will enjoy an evening meal at your accommodation, before some free time in the evening.

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After breakfast, your group will travel to some of the best Roman sites in the North East, for a day trip exploring these unique spots. First, your group will visit Vindolanda, a fantastic Roman fort, and museum along the route of Hadrian’s Wall in modern-day Hexham. After exploring this fort and breaking for some lunch, your group has the option of visiting nearby Hadrian’s Wall or traveling to another key site in Roman Britain, Arbeia Roman Fort in South Shields. At the end of an exciting day exploring these sites, you and your students will travel back down to York by coach. Upon your ar

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After breakfast, your group will travel to nearby Murton Park Museum, where you will enjoy an immersive Roman Day. During this visit, your students will dress up as Roman Soldiers and take part in hands-on activities exploring daily Roman life. After this, it’s time to head back to school, traveling back via coach.

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Depart your school and travel to York via coach. Upon your arrival in York, your group will transfer to your hotel and check-in. If check-in is not yet available, luggage storage should be available. Once you have checked in and left your luggage at the hotel your group will visit the Yorkshire Museum, where they have some excellent exhibitions relating to British history, including a brilliant insight into Roman York. After this, your students can visit the scenic Museum Gardens home to the Multangular Tower, the best-preserved example of Roman architecture in the city. Lastly, you and your students will enjoy an evening meal at your accommodation, before some free time in the evening.

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After breakfast, your group will travel to some of the best Roman sites in the North East, for a day trip exploring these unique spots. First, your group will visit Vindolanda, a fantastic Roman fort, and museum along the route of Hadrian’s Wall in modern-day Hexham. After exploring this fort and breaking for some lunch, your group has the option of visiting nearby Hadrian’s Wall or traveling to another key site in Roman Britain, Arbeia Roman Fort in South Shields. At the end of an exciting day exploring these sites, you and your students will travel back down to York by coach. Upon your ar

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After breakfast, your group will travel to nearby Murton Park Museum, where you will enjoy an immersive Roman Day. During this visit, your students will dress up as Roman Soldiers and take part in hands-on activities exploring daily Roman life. After this, it’s time to head back to school, traveling back via coach.

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