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School trips & visits to Amsterdam

The cool kid of Europe. It’s jam packed full of quirky culture and a good measure of iconic history. With more canals than Venice, the city isn’t short of natural beauty. It’s a ‘Dam good treat for any group! It’s time to do it, just for the Amstergram!

Curriculum-linked school trips to Amsterdam

Find your perfect school trip itinerary with our help. This Dutch powerhouse will see your students ticking of geography, history, the arts, and so much more!
History

History

Transport your students back in time with a trip to Amsterdam. The Jewish historical museum focuses on Jewish prosecution in the country and Anne Frank’s house is a reminder of the devastating effects of war. 

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Arts

Arts

From the modern, to the ancient. Art students can divulge their create side in Amsterdam. From the Rijksmuseum to the wacky museum of bags and purses, Amsterdam is a city that can cater to any appetite!

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Geography

Geography

The canal cruise and the bloom flower market are the perfect opportunity for geography students to see the inner workings of the city. Put to work modules that cover tourism, recycling and pollution as Amsterdam is said to be one of the cleanest in Europe.

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School trip itinerary to Amsterdam

Need help fitting it all in? Don’t worry, leave it to the experts! Take a look at our sample itinerary below. Don’t forget we tailor make itineraries to suit your curriculum objectives. You can download our destination guide here.

Day 1

Land on the other side and make your way to your accommodation on your preorganised transfer. Once you’ve dropped your bags you’ll be straight off into the action. Your group will be renting bikes and exploring the labyrinth of charming canals and dinky humpback bridges. Ride over to Anne Frank’s House and then check out the flower market that sits on the canal edge.

Day 2

Take a walk around Vondel Park before you visit The Van Gogh Museum. In the afternoon catch a live concert at the Concertgebouw and be wowed by the live vibrations. Later, catch a group dinner in your local district.

Day 3

In the morning set off to the Rijksmuseum and take some snaps with the famous Amsterdam letters. Before leaving the city jump on an Amsterdam canal cruise, the perfect way to end your trip!
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