London in WW2

from £89pp

Based on 2 days

Suitable for Secondary Schools, Primary Schools


London offers an incredible selection of WW2 visits suitable for school groups from KS2 to KS4.  

What makes London particularly appealing is the huge number of museums, galleries and national collections that have tailor-made programmes designed to suit your syllabus.

The Imperial War Museum, HMS Belfast, the National Archives, the Churchill War Rooms and the Churchill Museum are only some of the relevant visits.  Learn more about the spirit of the Londoner, the Thames as an enemy navigation aid, and royalty under attack.

As a special treat, you and your students can even “kip in a ship” and stay overnight onboard HMS Belfast!

Our Suggested Itinerary

  1. Day 1

    Depart school and arrive in London. 

    Spend the day at the Imperial War Museum, covering the Blitz, the role of spies, the Holocaust and more.

    Optional evening activity: treat your group to an evening at the theatre.  We can recommend a West End Show to suit your group!

  2. Day 2

    Step aboard HMS Belfast, a unique historic environment.

    In the afternoon, have a guided tour of the Churchill War Rooms and the Churchill Museum, a fantastic piece of living history.

    Return journey back to school. 

School Trip Accommodation


All accommodation we use is audited, and our auditing regime is verified by independent experts.  If you're looking for something a bit different, how about a Kip in a Ship - UK schools groups with children aged 8-18 can stay overnight on the HMS Belfast - what an adventure!

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London in WW2

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Based on 2 days

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