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1. Top Trips for UK Study Tours: The Imperial War Museums
June 11, 2018

There is so much to take in onUK study tours of major cities like London and Manchester that it can be hard for teachers to choose which sites to include. The fully immersive interactive exhibits and carefully crafted and imaginative school experiences offered by the Imperial War Museums make them a must for groups visiting either city. Imperial War Museum London However you choose to experience the IWM London, from guiding the class yourself,to joining a tour ortaking part one of the immersive learning opportunities, the museum has a wealth of resources at students’ disposal. A rang... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Get Arty and Crafty on an Educational Trip to Valencia
May 29, 2018

While many school residential trips to Valencia concentrate on its famous futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, there is much more to the Spanish city than these modern museums. From paintings by the masters to the National Ceramics Museum, Valencia has a rich heritage of arts and crafts that are fascinating for students to discover. Spanish Masters at the Museum of Fine Arts One of the sites that I’ve had wonderful feedback about from teachers who have taken classes on school residential trips is the Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia, or the Museum of Fine Arts. With its emphasis on... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Enjoy the Island of Santorini
May 24, 2018

Santorini is really a land of beauty with unique characteristics. This Island is gifted with all of natural splendor and visitors ask themselves an issue that just how much to find out and revel in within this amazing island? An Island like Santorini can't be seen any place in the remainder of the world because of so many villages, Beautiful beaches, museums, churches, breath taking sunset, wineries, Caldera and live volcanoes are few to mention. Renting an automobile in Santorini is the ideal choice to explore the area as numerous things you need to do and find out. Once you know driving... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

4. Visit the Homes and Museums of Amsterdam's Most Famous Faces
May 22, 2018

Amsterdam is a cultural city teeming with history. From world-renowned artist Van Gogh to the WW2 diarist Anne Frank, this “Northern Venice” won’t fail to amaze. The Dutch capital is therefore the perfect European getaway for a weekend of historical splendour. The easiest way for visitors to reach Amsterdam is to fly, followed by a pre-booked airport taxi. Schiphol is by far the biggest and best connected airport in the region. Anne Frank Museum The story of Anne Frank’s life is one of tragedy and heroism. For almost three years the Frank family lived in hiding in an annexe at 263 P... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Primary School Trip Ideas for Your Class: Bristol Aquarium
May 18, 2018

Class outings are very exciting for both the pupils and teachers in primary school. Trips to various sites and museums are met with a sense of wonder and genuine curiosity by young students eager to learn. One of the most fascinating and popular places to visit in the UK is the Bristol Aquarium. The facility is packed with interesting exhibits and the staff are passionate about sharing their knowledge of all living things, above and below the water, with you and your class. Bristol Aquarium The Bristol Aquarium is a nicely sized facility to visit with a class from a primary school. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Florence: An Art Student's Paradise
April 18, 2018

Florence is an art hub, offering a variety of impressive galleries. For those studying art and design, an educational visit to the Italian city can offer not only inspiration but also a better understanding of the subject. If you are planning on taking your pupils to Florence, these galleries and museums cannot be missed. Uffizi Gallery Before even beginning to admire the art housed inside the Uffizi Gallery, students will be blown away by the building itself. The architect, Giorgio Vasari, incorporated elaborate details throughout this impressive Renaissance building. The art colle... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. School Trip Ideas: 2 Top Museums in Cardiff
April 17, 2018

We're very fortunate in the British Isles to have a superb array of museums that have been created to inform and inspire adults and children alike. Most of our major cities have internationally acclaimed museums housing all manner of fascinating exhibitions, and Cardiff is no exception. There are two in the Welsh capital that lend themselves perfectly to an educational trip for children of varying ages. The National Museum of Cardiff Situated in heart of Cardiff, this magnificent institution is renowned for its art, geology and natural history exhibitions. The diverse displays are hou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Get Your Caffeine Fix in Amsterdam's Best Cafes
April 16, 2018

One of the most artistic cities in Europe, Amsterdam boasts numerous galleries, world-class museums and canals, which evoke the poetic sensitivities of anyone who stops to look at them. But if you are a free spirit who’d rather not go with the flow, you might be more interested in the behind-the-scenes look of Amsterdam its residents enjoy daily. And since coffee drinking is most people’s most ubiquitous activity, your burning question is probably where locals get their daily caffeine fix. Wonder no more, because here is a list of Amsterdam residents’ favourite cafes. Restaurant Koffiehu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. 5 Amsterdam Museums You've Never Heard Of But Should Visit!
March 29, 2018

Amsterdam is a city that is world-famous for its great beauty and culture, so it is the per-fect spot for independent travellers looking to explore and immerse themselves in the city’s unique atmosphere. It is home to popular tourist museums like the Rijksmuseum, Van Gough and Anne Frank’s House. Whilst these venues are all highly worth visiting and important places in the city, there are also a handful of quirky, lesser-visited places which will appeal to those who prefer to scratch beneath the surface and go off the beaten path. Here are just a few of the more unusual museums you should... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Alicante: Golf, Galleries, Gastronomy and More
March 27, 2018

The port city of Alicante on Spain’s Costa Blanca is the perfect destination for golfers looking for culture to complement their putting and driving. The city is not only surrounded by some of the country’s most magnificent courses, but it is also home to fantastic ruins, beaches, museums and markets. The weather in this area of Spain is warm and sunny all year round, and the food is some of the most delicious and traditional to be found anywhere in the country. For Europe’s best cultural golf holidays, Spain, and particularly Alicante, cannot be beaten. The Golf Courses The region o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. The Best London Museums for Educational Visits
March 19, 2018

Boasting a range of excellent exhibition spaces that offer dedicated school programmes tailored to your students’ curriculum, London is a fantastic city for educational visits. Plan your trip carefully and you could cover a range of subjects and topics in a relatively short space of time. The Natural History Museum This wonderful Victorian exhibition space has so much to offer students of the natural world (from biology and physics to geography and history) that you could take up residence here for an entire term and still not see it all. Thankfully the exhibits are divided into easy... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Paris: The Perfect City for an Art & Design School Trip
January 25, 2018

The romance and beauty of Paris has always proved an irresistible draw to artists, art collectors and historians, making it an obvious choice for teachers looking to bring the works of the great masters to life. Not only does Paris have a fantastic range of museums and galleries that highlight work from across history, but the city itself exudes an atmosphere of genuine creativity. On a school trip, your students will be able to walk streets trodden by Gauguin, Pissarro, Manet, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Cézanne and Matisse, and then see their representations of the city they loved. Design ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. A Historical Resort: Chamonix
January 17, 2018

The elite ski resort of Chamonix has long been the haunt of the glamourous ski set. But if you think that Chamonix is all about its infamous après-ski scene and top notch boutiques – then think again. This alpine town has a few surprises in store for culture hungry skiers (and non-skiers too). If your holiday wish list includes, fine dining, art, museums, history, architecture and being surrounded by cultural ambience, then Chamonix is sure to tick all your boxes. Humble Beginnings Few people know that Chamonix owes its title of world-class ski resort to two English aristocrats, Wi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History Receives Statewide Award for its LiMPETS Education and Moni
January 12, 2018

The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History has been selected to receive a 2018 Superintendent's Award for Excellence in Museum Education for its LiMPETS environmental monitoring and education program. Pacific Grove, CA, January 13, 2018 — The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History has been selected to receive a 2018 Superintendent's Award for Excellence in Museum Education for its LiMPETS environmental monitoring and education program. The Superintendent’s Awards for Excellence in Museum Education competition is a joint project between the California Association of Museums (CAM) an... (read more)

Author: John Paul

15. Culture in Chamonix: 4 Memorable Museums
December 12, 2017

Apart from being a paradise for skiers, Chamonix has a surprising number of museums for those who prefer cultural pursuits. So, if you're heading off to Chamonix without your skis, there’s no need to worry: you definitely won't be short of things to do! Let’s talk about the top four museums that every culture lover should visit. Musée Alpin This museum can be found slap bang in the town centre, and is located in the Chamonix Palace. The first floor of the museum provides an overview of the geological and human history of the mountains, as well as offering an informative exhibition a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. A Highbrow Holiday: Capital Culture in Madeira
September 26, 2017

For those who want their holidays to Madeira to come with more than just a dash of cultural stimulation, I can think of no better place to focus your attention than Funchal. Along with an excellent collection of museums – some less traditional than others – that offer year-round intellectual nourishment, each March a bevy of literary heavyweights, no doubt partly tempted by the outstanding climate, come every year to participate in the Funchal Literary Festival. While their presence may be fleeting, the city’s feted floral displays are always on show, providing an extra layer of warmth to an a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. The Most Wonderful Museums of Alexandria
September 13, 2017

Serving as the capital of Egypt and an important commercial and cultural hub for hundreds of years, Alexandria, located to the North of Cairo, overlooking the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, is a city that possesses its own unique magic! Several travel packages in Egypt include a one or two-days visit to Alexandria Established in the 4th century BC by Alexander the Great during his journey towards the Temple of the Oracle of Amun in Siwa, Alexandria has much to offer to travelers coming from various regions around the world to spend a vacation in Egypt. In Egypt, a country that ho... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

18. A Chic City Break in Munich
August 21, 2017

Being the third largest city in Germany and having over eighty museums and several music venues, it can seem overwhelming to choose from such an abundance of cultural must dos. Follow our short guide to having a sophisticated weekend in Munich if you want to wander around its architectural beauties and dine in the city’s finest restaurants. See the Munich Residence If you’re coming to Munich for a cultural visit but aren’t looking to race from gallery to gallery, the Munich Residence should be at the top of your list. This decadent museum was the main palace of the ruling Dynasty as... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. What To Expect From Roofing Company Oklahoma City
August 11, 2017

Someone one can find a wide number of buildings with different styles even they serve numerous purpose for the homeowner. A professional roofing construction company is capable to build any type of style and quality that a customer wants. All most every homeowner has common experience is that, commercial and residential roofs are purposed differently and serve in dissimilar form. Practically, it can be seen at privately owned shops, malls, parks, museums and various government buildings those are constructed for commercial purpose only. Such type of buildings are truly varied with each other a... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

20. Taxi Services from CDG Airport in Paris | Learn about the Transport
July 20, 2017

Until, of course, you get the Seine. Additionally, it has some remarkable museums, which are among the very best in the world. The Natural History Museum of Paris is one of the best you could ever see. The town is quite beautiful. If you prefer to find out more about the entire city in small timings then the ideal option for your travel would be to employ a cab. It is the cultural capital, but the world capital of fashion. Train transfer is the most inexpensive transfer option. Daytime taxi prices are roughly EUR35. When you have found the number, you will want to discover which path you ... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder

21. Monterey Museum of Art Receives Highest National Recognition
July 19, 2017

Awarded re-accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums Salinas, CA, July 19, 2017 - The Monterey Museum of Art is proud to announce that it has once again been honored with the highest degree of national recognition from the American Alliance of Museums. In a July 5, 2017 letter to museum director Stuart Chase, the Alliance announced that the Monterey Museum of Art has been granted re-accreditation -- recognition that the museum continues to meet National Standards and Best Practices for U.S. Museum. "Accredited museums are a community of institutions that have chosen to... (read more)

Author: John Paul

22. Why Visit Dubai in summer 2017
July 10, 2017

Dubai became one of the most astonishing cities in the Middle East and Asia. In less than 10 years, the city succeeded to attract numerous visitors from all over the world. With many distinctive parks, gardens, museums, shopping malls, night spots, restaurants, and bars, many travelers from various regions love to spend their vacations in Dubai. The city is even more popular for hosting many events and festivals all year long. During the summer of 2017, Dubai would be having a lot of fun with several remarkable events. Today, we would be highlighting some of the most interesting this summe... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

23. The Historical Houses of Egypt
June 28, 2017

One of the hidden treasures of the land of the pharaohs is the various historical houses of Cairo. Built in various periods of the Egyptian history from the 15th till the 20th century, there are many wonderful houses that served as the residence of wealthy tradesmen and governmental officials and were then transformed into museums that grab the attention of many travelers who tour Egypt. The Sehemy House Beit El Sehemy or the House of El Sehemy is one of the best historical houses of Egypt. Located in the famous Muiz Street in Fatimid Cairo beside many remarkable Islamic monuments li... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

24. Visit the Museum of Illusions in Zadar
June 28, 2017

Zadar is one of Croatia’s most beautiful cities. After a speedy airport transfer to your accommodation, set out to explore Zadar’s beauty and cultural curiosities. Situated on the Dalmatian coast, it boasts medieval churches, Roman ruins, chic hotels and cafes, and a number of intriguing museums. After absorbing as much history and culture as you can you might enjoy giving your mind a break and a workout at the same time! Be sure to head to the Museum of Illusion for a unique mind-bending experience that will thrill kids of all ages. Museum of Illusion Zadar’s appeal is apparent fro... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Three Wonderful Walks to Discover in Munich
June 15, 2017

Munich is a wonderful city bursting to the brim with beautiful Bavarian architecture, authentic street cafes and more galleries and museums than you can count. The best method of soaking up as much culture as possible is to take it all in by foot, wandering through the medieval streets at your own pace. These self-guided walks are perfect for the solo traveller who wants to stray off the beaten tourist track. Maximilianstrasse One of Munich’s most popular attractions, this incredible street can take from half an hour to several hours to meander down, as your attention is bound to be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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