Our Company prides itself on the high standard of its Religious Education tours, which are designed to complement the topics and themes taught on the National Curriculum. Whatever the focus of your proposed Religious Education tour, we can offer a broad and relevant excursion programme which will bring the subject to life for your pupils outside the classroom. Whether it’s a shorter tour to London or Amsterdam, or a destination further afield such as Rome or Krakow, our Religious Education tours can be tailor-made to suit your requirements and incorporate your fields of interest. Our Religious Education tours can also be combined with the History or Modern Foreign Languages departments in your school to create an interdisciplinary tour, which will appeal to a wider range of students.


We can tailor-make your Religious Education tour to any destination, but if you need a little inspiration, why not click on the links below to look at some of our most popular destination pages? Please note that the following pages are just a sample; please contact us for more information on any destination or subject not listed here.


Amsterdam’s historical and cultural diversity and its proximity to the United Kingdom makes it the perfect destination for a shorter Religious Education tour, especially for younger pupils. Here, groups learn about racism and the persecution of Jews during the Nazi era through a range of educational excursions including The Jewish Historical Museum, the Portuguese Synagogue, The Dutch Resistance Museum and of course, Anne Frank House. The Auschwitz Memorial in Wertheimpark and the Hollandsche Schouwburg Dutch Theatre are a stark reminder of the horrors of the Holocaust, as is Camp Vught National Memorial, a former concentration camp. Turning to Christianity, the fascinating Our Lord in the Attic Museum houses a genuine Catholic church, found in the attic of a house! Please click here to visit our Netherlands page.


One of the world’s most multicultural cities; London is a fantastic choice for a shorter Religious Education tour or day trip. Our tailor-made itineraries can include visits to places of worship of the major faiths, demonstrating to students the diversity of worship and the differing impacts of religious beliefs. We are able to offer visits to Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, London Centre and East London Mosques, Buddhapadipa Temple, Beavis Marks Synagogue and West London Synagogue, the Jewish Museum and the Central Gurdwara. With such a wide range of religious visits, London is the perfect destination to give students of Religious Education an overview of religion in the United Kingdom today.  Please click here to visit our London page.


The centre of the Roman Catholic Church, beautiful Rome is steeped in religion and history. Our Religious Education tours to Rome are perfect for older students wishing to focus on Christianity and the influence of Catholicism in Italy and across the world. Our varied excursion programme includes time in the beautiful Vatican City including St. Peter’s Basilica, the breathtaking Sistine Chapel, and the magnificent Vatican museums, the labyrinth of Catacombs which stretch for miles beneath the city, the Pantheon, and the Scala Sancta. Together with Rome’s many other iconic landmarks, the Spanish Steps, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, and Forum, to name but a few, an unforgettable experience is guaranteed for all. Please click here to visit our Rome page.


An interesting city rich in history and culture; Krakow is the perfect destination for Religious Education tours, particularly as a complement to GCSE and A Level studies. A Religious Education tour to Krakow is an experience which students will never forget, through gaining a deeper understanding of the horrors of the Holocaust and its impact on the world today. Our excursion programme includes Auschwitz Concentration Camp, a guided tour of the Kazimierz Jewish Quarter, including a Synagogue and Jewish Cemetery, the former Podgorze Jewish Ghetto, Schindler’s Factory, and the Galicia Jewish Museum. St. Mary’s Basilica and a traditional meal at a Jewish restaurant, complete with music and folk dancing, are particular highlights.


Our Religious Education tours to Berlin demonstrate the impact of religious discrimination during the twentieth century, above all on the Jewish faith. The perfect destination to complement GCSE and A Level History; our itineraries include excursions which allow students to gain deeper knowledge about the horrors of the Holocaust and Final Solution. We offer visits to the moving Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, a variety of memorials to the persecuted, including the Holocaust Memorial, the Gay Memorial and the Sinti and Roma Memorial, the Jewish Museum, where students learn about Jewish traditions and customs, and Wannsee Conference House, where the infamous discussion on the Final Solution was held. Please click here to visit our Berlin page.