The story of the city of London dates back to pre-historic times, and each era has left its mark on the modern-day city. Every street has its own secrets to tell: our medical-themed exploration of London is especially designed to complement the Medicine Through Time GCSE syllabus.
Our itineraries trace the development of the practice of medicine across time and across cultures: local museums such as The Old Operating Museum and Herb Garrett provide historical snapshots of healthcare in London itself, while the various permanent exhibitions at the London Science Museum explore the medical practices of cultures across the world.
A really popular tour and (especially when rounded-off with a West End show!) well worth the experience.
Day trip from £59pp or 2 days / 1 night from £109pp.
Depart school and arrive in London.
Visit to the Science Museum. Relevant exhibitions include The Science and Art of Medicine, Health Matters, Glimpses of Medical History and Veterinary History.
Jack the Ripper walking tour.
Visit to The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garrett. A popular add on is the King Cholera walking tour, which explores the impact of 19th century industrialisation; the arrival, effects and responses to potentially fatal bacterial infection, and the key public health figures of the time.
Learn more about Florence Nightingale and her achievements with a visit to the Florence Nightingale Museum.
Journey back to school.
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