Art Department

Art Trip to London’s Galleries

book your art department's educational trip nowVisiting our capital city will help your students develop creative and imaginative responses and the practical skills for communicating and expressing ideas, feelings and meanings in art, craft and design.

As many of the galleries are free, we have left freetime in your itinerary to add in your own choices

The Trip Includesart depoartment trips

  • Art Walking tour
  • A Tate to Tate river cruise
  • Entry to your own choice of art galleries
  • Tickets to a performance of a west end show
  • Packed lunch provided by the youth hostel
  • Dinner at Pizza Express
  • 1 night’s B&B accommodation at a YHA hostel
  • 2 days Party Day Underground tickets

Trip Itinerary

Day One

• Transfer to your YHA youth hostel
• Visit a gallery of your choice
• Take the Tate to Tate cruise along the Thames
• Walk into the West End and have dinner at Pizza Express
• Evening performance of your choice of West End Show

Day Two

• Breakfast at the youth hostel
• A London Walk Guide tour session for The National Gallery
• Packed lunch provided by the youth hostel.
• Another visit to a gallery, or return for a more indepth visit.

Package cost

Per student under 18 years of age: £82
1 free teacher with every 10 students!
Per extra adult in a single room: £99
Based on 30 students and 3 teachers

Optional Extras:

Open-top bus tour
London Artists Walking Tour
Paid for exhibitions and gallery tours

All arrangements are made by Theatre Workout Ltd. Click here for their booking terms and conditions

Travel to London: We can organise travel to London however, many of our schools are recommended to us by the coach company that they use on a regular basis, so we are more than happy for you to arrange transport through your existing contacts – it can also be cheaper that way!

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  1. Thank you so much for the brilliant organisation so that we could go to London. My favourite part was to see so many landmarks. The London Eye was my favourite part. Thank you so much. Eva

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