The beautiful county of Kent is often referred to as ‘The Garden of England’, thanks to its many orchards and hop gardens.
But the tranquillity of the Kentish countryside was violently disturbed during the Second World War, when much of the Battle of Britain took place overhead. The county is now home to some of the best museums relating to this period, including the Battle of Britain Museum and the Spitfire and Hurricane Museum.
On a school history trip to Kent your students will learn more about what life was like for people during this time, from the aircrews who fought in the Battle of Britain, to the civilians who sheltered deep underground.
School trips designed by teachers for teachers
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School trips tailored to your curriculum
We'll design your trip around your specific learning objectives and curriculum, to ensure your school trip is a truly educational experience.Discover how we’ll tailor your school trip
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Support every step of the way
We'll be with you every step of the way, from your very first enquiry until the moment you return home, including 24-hour support while you’re on your school trip.Find out about the support we offer
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