School activity trails and sessions

Update 14 December: In line with government guidance, the Tower of London will be closed from 16 December.

Schoolchildren during a history session at Hillsborough Castle.

Key Stage 1

Curriculum-linked activity trail to support an exploration of the Tower.

Bookings open from 16 November 2020.

Primary school students take part in school session at Kensington Palace

Key Stage 2

Curriculum-linked activity trail to support an exploration of the Tower.

Bookings open from 16 November 2020.

School students visiting the Tower of London for a school session.

Key Stage 3

Curriculum-linked activity trail to support an exploration of the Tower.

Bookings open from 16 November 2020.

School students visiting the Tower of London for a school session.

GCSE

Activity trail and session for the study of the historic environment at GCSE.

Bookings open from 16 November 2020.

The Queen's House, of timber-frame domestic architecture.

A Level

Activity trail and session to support the study of Tudor history at A Level.

Bookings open from 16 November 2020.

A Tower raven and a Yeoman Warder, the Deputy Ravenmaster

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Multisensory activity trail to support an exploration of the Tower.

Bookings open from 16 November 2020.

International schools

Resources specially designed for international student visits to the Tower

Learning resources

Looking for resources to use in the classroom with your students?

Browse all of our curriculum-based learning resources covering 1000 years of history, including the Tudors, Georgians and Victorians.

You'll find resources for Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 5 and SEND.