A school trip to Cornwall will provide the opportunity to immerse students into a truly spectacular outdoor classroom that will leave your students feeling inspired.
In particular, Cornwall is an excellent choice for geography and art school trips.
The 422 miles of coastline make Cornwall an ideal location for a school geography trip in the UK. School groups will be able to explore the sandy beaches, cliff-top walks and the iconic attractions such as Lizard Point, St. Michael’s Mount and the Eden Project.
Most art school groups choose to base themselves around St. Ives, which has attracted artists for decades. Here you can visit the Tate St. Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum, as well as the many artists’ studios and galleries around the town.