School Trips

Whilst you are in London, why not make the most of your time and come on one of our Englishouse school trips? We regularly visit such places as the British Museum, Greenwich, Buckingham Palace, London Zoo, Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, the Natural History Museum, the Houses of Parliament, the Imperial War Museum, Borough Market, Camden Town Market, Tower Bridge, the London Dungeon, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Kew Gardens, HMS Belfast, the National Gallery and the London Aquarium, all easily reached by Underground. We even go to places like Bath, Oxford, Brighton and Stonehenge. If you would like to join us on one of these trips, just ask any of our friendly staff.

All About Englishouse School Trips

The Englishouse is one of the best private schools in London that teaches English as a foreign language. It uses the Callan method which is almost four times faster than any conventional English-teaching method out there. In fact, the course is conducted by native speakers of English - which will help the student perfect the language in reading, writing, speaking, oral fluency, and pronunciation skills.

The classes are small with only eight students per class. Hence, each student gets enough time to practice speaking, writing, and reading English. The Englishouse School Trips organised by the school are quite popular in London. In fact, you should join one of the Englishouse School Trips in order to make the most of your time while you are in London. The Englishouse School Trips are extremely popular with the locals as well as foreign students who have joined the school to learn English. These trips cover an extensive network of attractive places in and around London. Here are some of the popular venues visited by the organisers of Englishouse School Trips.

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British Museum Kevin Oliver  
British Museum - The museum is located in the Bloomsbury area of London. In fact, it is a public institution that is dedicated to human history, culture, and art. It has more than eight million works at present. Most of these works have been sourced during the era of the British Empire. The museum was established in 1753 based on the collections of Sir Hans Sloane - a scientist and physician in London.

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Greenwich Charlène Cllt  
Greenwich - The region is well-noted for its maritime history as well as for giving the name to the Greenwich Mean Time and Greenwich Meridian. It is an area of southeast London - located 8.9 km east-southeast of Charing Cross. This town became a popular resort in the 18th century where a lot of grand houses were built in the area.

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Buckingham Palace Michael_Spencer  
Buckingham Palace - This is the London residence of the monarch of the United Kingdom. It is located in the City of Westminster. The place is considered the focal point for British nationals at times of national mourning and rejoicing.

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London Zoo - This is the oldest scientific zoo in the world. The zoo was established in 1828 and was to be used as a collection for scientific study. The zoo was eventually opened to the public in 1847. Today, the zoo has a collection of 698 species of animals with 20,166 individuals.

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Hampton Court Palace serena_tang  
Hampton Court Palace - This palace is situated in the borough of Richmond upon the Thames in London. The construction of the palace started in 1515 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey - by King Henry VIII. Currently, the palace is a major tourist attraction and is opened to the public.

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Windsor Castle Jean-Marc Astesana  
Windsor Castle - This is the royal residence at Windsor in Berkshire. It is notable for its architecture and the long association with the royal family of England. In fact, the original castle was built in the eleventh century by William the Conqueror.

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Kensington Palace, London JR P  
Kensington Palace - This is another royal palace situated at Kensington Gardens, in the Royal Borough of Chelsea. It has been the residence of the royal family in Britain since the 17th century. Today, it is considered the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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The Tower Of London PapaPiper  
The Tower Of London - This is a historic castle that is located on the north bank of the River Thames - lying within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It was founded towards the end of 1066 - as part of the Norman Conquest of England. The castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1078.

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Westminster Abbey Better Than Bacon  
Westminster Abbey - This is quite a large Gothic abbey church in the City of Westminster. This is one of the most notable religious constructions in the UK. The church was founded at the site in the seventh century, and the construction of the present church began in 1245.

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The London Eye Neil Howard  
The London Eye - This is also known as the Coca-Cola London Eye for sponsorship reasons. It is a giant Ferris wheel that is located on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. The structure is 135 metres tall and has a diameter of 120 metres.

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The Natural History Museum Gene Krasko  
The Natural History Museum - This museum exhibits a large variety of specimens from various segments of the natural history of Britain. It has more than 80 million items within five major collections such as palaeontology, zoology, botany, mineralogy, and entomology.

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The Houses Of Parliament Mark Longair  
The Houses Of Parliament - The Palace of Westminster is the meeting place of the House of Lords and House of Commons - which are the two houses of the United Kingdom parliament. It is commonly known as the Houses of Parliament.

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The Imperial War Museum R/DV/RS  
The Imperial War Museum - The museum was formally located in Crystal Palace. It opened to the public in 1920. The museum got a permanent home in 1936 - at the Bethlem Royal Hospital in Southwark.

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Borough Market blinky80  
Borough Market - This is a wholesale and retail food market located in Southwark, London. It is considered to be one of the oldest and largest food markets in London.

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Camden Town Market Daniele Faieta  
Camden Town Market - This is a cluster of retail markets in Camden Town - located near the Hampstead Road Lock. Sunday is considered the main trading day for this market.

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Tower Bridge Vandal10   Tower Bridge - This is a suspension bridge in London - which was built between the years of 1886 and 1894. It crosses the River Thames -closer to the Tower of London.

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The London Dungeon Óscar del Río  
The London Dungeon - The Dungeon was established in 1976 by Annabel Geddes - as a wax exhibition of gory and macabre history.

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Shakespeares Globe Theatre Martin Pettitt  
Shakespeares Globe Theatre - This theatre in London is associated with William Shakespeare. It was built by Shakespeare's playing company in 1599.

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Kew Gardens A.P.PHOTOGRAPHY.  
Kew Gardens - This is a botanical garden located in the southwest of London. It houses the largest botanical and mycological collections in the world.

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HMS Belfast Hugh Llewelyn  
HMS Belfast - This is a Town-class cruiser that was originally built for the Royal Navy. Today, it is permanently anchored as a museum ship on the River Thames.

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The National Gallery - This is considered an art museum that is located in Trafalgar Square in the City of Westminster. It was founded in 1824 and has over 2,300 paintings today.

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The London Aquarium Hamish Foxley  
The London Aquarium - This aquarium is located on the ground floor of County Hall on the South Bank of the River Thames. It was established in March 1997 and hosts more than one million visitors each year.