There is no better way of bringing the history textbooks to life than a visit to the battlefields of the Ypres Salient. Preserved trenches, museums and cemeteries always provide an incredibly thought-provoking and stimulating experience for students.
"Professional, approachable and well run."
Paul Faulkner, party leader, Hornsby House School, London
"I have had excellent service as always. We used the sites as sources of historical evidence to aid GCSE performance. All aspects of the trip were very well organised."
Patrick, History Teacher, Hampshire
"Excellent experience, as ever."
Jenny Wong, Latymer Upper School, London
"The students said it all … they had the best time. They have been talking about it ever since and parents are delighted with the experience their children have had."
Wendy Ward, Sir James Smith's School, Party Leader, Cornwall
Prices are based on staying at the Hotel Munchenhof. All our hotels offer good standard accommodation in the heart of the region of WWI interest.
Morning departure from school and afternoon arrival at your accommodation. Evening free to explore.
Morning guided tour of the battlefields and cemeteries, to include Essex Farm and Tyne Cot cemeteries. Afternoon visit to the In Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres, followed by free time in the city. Evening attendance of the Last Post at the Menin Gate.
Morning visit of the Talbot House museum. Afternoon at the Sanctuary Wood Museum (Hill 62) followed by time at a chocolate makers or cheese farm. Evening bowling.
Depart after breakfast and return to the UK for late afternoon arrival at school.
Alexandra, Head of Physics, Alleyn’s School London
Patrick, History Teacher, Hampshire.