School Trips to Amsterdam
The charming canals, winding streets and wealth of museums across the city make visiting Amsterdam a first class learning experience for students. School trips to Amsterdam prove very popular for a range of interests, particularly art, design, history and music.
The city is also smaller than many other major European cities, meaning that it’s less of a challenge to visit as many attractions as possible during a school tour to Amsterdam. Visit the world-renowned Rijksmuseum, dedicated to housing masterpieces of art and design for over 200 years. Just around the corner you also have the hugely impression collections on display at Van Gogh Museum.
For an unforgettable history experience, Anne Frank House is a deeply moving exhibit that documents Jewish persecution at the time of the Second World War – a must-see for any visit to the city.
Amsterdam school trips always prove popular for both students and teachers alike. Have a read through our subject-focussed trips listed below or feel free to get in touch for more information on tailoring the perfect trip for your class.
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History School Trips to Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a thought-provoking destination for history school trips , and an ideal location to put classroom learning into context.
Amsterdam Art & Design School Trips
There is an incredibly diverse range of art on offer in Amsterdam, particularly in the recently improved Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. These are some of the destinations during the art & design school trips.
Amsterdam & The Dutch Coast Music Tours
Visit the popular coastal resort of Noordwijk, a perfect location packed with concert venues, churches and local markets.
Amsterdam Religious Studies School Trips
Explore Jewish life prior to and during the Second World War, including a trip to the deeply moving Anne Frank Museum.
Geography School Trips to Amsterdam
Geography school trips to the Netherlands are excellent for the study of physical, human and environmental geography at KS3 and GCSE.