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Learning in the Capital

London school trips have a wealth of riches to explore, from Europe’s tallest building to the seat of British government. Many of the nation’s most important art collections are housed in the capital along with the nation’s leading museums such as the Imperial War, National Portrait and the hugely influential and important Natural History Museum.

London has also played a large part in shaping contemporary culture through the ages and was considered the fashion and music capital of the world in the 1960’s. Today London is still producing a large array of sporting, music, and movie stars and the glittering West End is the pinnacle of British theatre.

London School Trips Hotels & Hostels



Includes: WiFi, Restaurant, TVs, 24hr Reception, Air Conditioning

Elephant & Castle Hostel

Elephant & Castle Hostel

Includes: Free WiFi, Lounge, Vending Machines, Garden, Cash Machine, 24hr Reception, Luggage Storage, TVs

Holiday Inn Hammersmith

Holiday Inn Hammersmith

Includes: Free Breakfast, Luggage Storage, Free WiFi, 24hr Reception, Vending Machines

A City of Art, Nature and Technology

From the bustling financial hub of the City of London and Bank of England to the National Theatre and the Globe, for school trips London offers something to suit every student, teacher, assistant or willing volunteer for the day. From Downing Street to Apple Studios, Westminster to the West End, London is a city that has shaped the nation.


London School Trip Facts - Did you know...

  • The Queen is not allowed to enter the City of London without first seeking permission of its Lord Mayor.
  • The actual City of London is only 1 square mile, the surrounding area is the City of Westminster.
  • Each year 80,000 umbrellas are lost on the London Underground.
  • Around 20 rivers run underneath London completely unseen by its inhabitants.
  • If calculated in terms of how many French nationals live there, London is actually France’s 6th largest city.
  • The tomb of Elizabethan poet Edmund Spenser in Westminster Abbey is believed to contain unpublished manuscripts thrown in to honour his genius by his contemporaries, including Shakespeare.
  • Before the 17ft statue of Nelson was erected on top of the Trafalgar Square column in 1842, 14 members of the committee who commissioned it held a dinner party at the summit of the 170ft-high plinth.
  • London’s O2 Arena is big enough to house the Statue of Liberty or the Great Pyramid at Giza.
  • London is 15 x bigger than Paris (1,572km2 and 105km2 respectively).

Places to go, people to meet...

Great London Locations

  • Tower of London
  • St Paul’s Cathedral
  • Buckingham Palace
  • British Museum
  • Natural History Museum
  • National Gallery
  • Tate Modern
  • Imperial War Museum
  • Kensington Palace
  • London Dungeon
  • V&A Museum
  • Globe Theatre
  • Science Museum
  • Churchill War Rooms
  • London Zoo
  • Royal Observatory

Famous London Residents

  • Alfred Hitchcock
  • Lord Byron
  • Clement Attlee
  • John Keats
  • Michael Faraday
  • David Bowie
  • Michael Caine
  • Sir John Gielgud
  • John Milton
  • Mary Shelley
  • Virginia Wolf
  • Robert Baden-Powell
  • David Beckham
  • Florence Nightingale
  • Arthur Wellesley (Duke of Wellington)
  • Elton John
  • Emily Pankhurst
  • Alexander Fleming
  • Charles Darwin
  • Sir Isaac Newton
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