School Trips @ English Heritage
Important update from English Heritage
In line with government guidelines, our staffed sites remain closed in the interests of public health. It is now clear that we will not be able to re-open on 1 May as we had originally hoped. Instead we will re-open as soon as government advice allows and only when we can ensure the safety of our visitors and our staff and volunteers.
English Heritage look after our National Heritage Collection, including many wonderful buildings, monuments and historic sites. The priory at Lindisfarne was founded by 634 and features many important Medieval artifacts.
Why book English Heritage for School Trips and Educational Visits?
Schools learning about the Anglo Saxons and the Viking Raids will find Lindisfarne was a very important place in British History, and pupils visiting the island and Priory can learn more about the church and the state, and how the local area was fought over by various ethnic groups.
The museum explores the story of St Cuthbert and the 1300 year history of Lindisfarne Priory. The collection includes the Viking Raiders stone, depicting the Viking raid on Lindisfarne in 793.
Self led and educational visits are available for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3. Please ask us for details.
Need more inspiration?
We are bursting with ideas on places that deliver first class teaching both outside the classroom and as in-school workshops. Below are a few similar suggestions to English Heritage , or head to our tailor-made trip form and let us know how we can help you!