|Science visits to London, The Netherlands, Paris & Boulogne provide students with the opportunity to engage with an array of unique aspects of Science. Check out a selection of some of the best Science trips we offer for secondary school groups or click here for all our Primary trips.||Get a Quotation|
|Science Museum & The Natural History Museum, London||La Villette - Paris||Nausicaa - Boulogne & Science Centre Nemo - Amsterdam|
Science trips - London
The Science Museum is the most visited science and technology museum in Europe. There are over 15,000 objects on exhibit, including world-renowned objects such as Stephenson’s Rocket & the Apollo 10 command capsule. The interactive galleries bring to life first scientific principles and contemporary science debates. The Science Museum also plays host to many events throughout the year.
The Natural History Museum provides hundreds of thrilling, interactive exhibits. The most outstanding features include the Dinosaurs gallery,the dramatic Central Hall, home to the Museum’s famous Diplodocus skeleton & the Mammals display with the unforgettable model blue whale.
The Museum offers a range of temporary exhibitions and events throughout the course of the year.
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Science trips - The Netherlands
The Science Centre Nemo is in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It is located at the Oosterdok in Amsterdam-Centrum. The museum is over four floors with the main concepts on the first floor consisting of DNA and chain reactions which include contraptions like a giant bell and a flying car and a room with giant dominoes.
On the second floor there is a ball factory where small plastic balls are sent on a circuit where participants are to group them in weight, size and color. On the second level there is a movie and performance hall where various acts and movies about science take place.
The third floor has a giant science lab & on the fourth floor is a section about the human mind, it offers experiments as memory tests, mind problems and sense testers.
Entrance at the knees, come out at the brain! Those who step inside CORPUS, the world’s most remarkable and interactive attraction, embark on an exciting journey through the human body in an inventive and informative way. The voyage through the 35 metre tall body takes you to all kinds of mind-boggling organ theatres before eventually leading to the brain.
The Sea Life Centre in Scheveningen where students can discover the amazing and beautiful marine world. The world of shrimps, starfish and crabs, the world of seahorses, stingrays and sharks. Discover the stunning fish from one of the worlds largest rivers in Amazonia.
Students will get to experience the excitement of a deep sea dive whilst walking through the tropical underwater tunnel surrounded by 180.000 litres of tropical sea water while sharks, turtles and other sea creatures pass by just a short distance away.
Other popular venues linked to our Science trips are as follows:
Science trips - France
Nausicaa National Sea Centre based in Boulogne-sur-Mer is described as a center of scientific and technical discovery of the marine environment, concentrating firstly on the relationship between man and the sea. Nausicaa brings the ocean to life through its thematic exhibitions, presentations are given by the carers of the animals, the opportunity to witness the birth of marine animals, workshops, films and conferences and a multimedia resource centre. Students will learn about the ocean and better understand the role it plays for the Earth. Click here for our Science trips to Boulogne.
At the Mareis Centre Etaples-sur-Mer, students will learn about the importance & impact of fishing in this region & globally.
City of Science & Industry located in Paris with its exhibition halls covering an area of 30,000 m2, both permanent & temporary exhibitions are arranged around the major themes of science, industry & technology. They are supported by small-scale models, interactive options audiovisuals and activity programmes. Students will learn about Cell structure, DNA, Biotechnology, Earth's structure, Rock formation, Gravity & its effects, Satellites, Nuclear Physics & the use of energy.
The Air & Space Museum located ten minutes from Paris has over 150 airplanes and flying machines, offering students one of the most extraordinary scientific & technical adventures. Access to additional exhibits, such as the flight simulators can be arranged.
Other popular visits which can be arranged on our Science trips in France:
Further details on our Science trips can be found here. Alternatively cant find what you are looking for, we are more than happy to provide a Bespoke tour for your group. Please contact us on Free phone 0800 801 560 to discuss your requirements.