Here at Helston Museum we believe that learning should be a life-long process - you're never too old! We offer guided workshops for schools, from Foundation stage up to Year 12.
Lanhydrock House is the most complete Victorian country house in Cornwall, ideal for schools and groups to visit and explore the 1,000 acre estate.
Mount Edgcumbe offers a wide range of opportunities to learn about the landscape either formally or informally.
One of the best preserved examples of Henry VIII’s coastal fortresses, built in the 16th century. Ideal for learning about Tudor life, Henry VIII, the English Civil War, castles, geography and local history. Handling collection of replica artefacts and costumes from the Tudor period with teachers notes available to use.
Atmospheric ruins of an ancient coastal settlement and 13th century castle, most famous for its associations with the legendary King Arthur.
The UK’s only china clay mining heritage centre set within a preserved Victorian clay works amongst 26 acres of woodland walks.
YHA is the official on-site accommodation provider for the Eden Project, one of Cornwall's most recognisable attractions.
The Axe Valley Wildlife Park is a great destination for a school trip, where you can see a variety of birds and mammals; from tiny chipmunks to the zebras in our animal paddocks.
Ruins of a late medieval castle and lavish Tudor house, ideal for learning about medieval and Tudor life, castles, and exploring landscapes and geography.
Unspoilt and fascinating medieval manor house, ideal for learning about Anglo Saxon and medieval periods and castles.