Music & Concert Tour To Noordwijk
This friendly seaside town offers lots of opportunities for school bands, orchestras or choirs to perform and enjoy the culture and attractions.
Windmills and wooden shoes at Zansee Schans
Miniature buildings at Madurodam
Cruise down Amsterdam’s canals
Fairy tales and fantasy at Efteling Theme Park
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
The building where Anne Frank hid from Nazi persecution sits on the Prinsengracht canal. As well as the preservation of the hiding place and an exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank, the museum acts as an exhibition space to highlight all forms of persecution and discrimination Photo © Konrad Glogowski.
A cruise through Amsterdam’s canals is a pretty and peaceful way to see some of the city’s most beautiful spots. Gliding through the old centre, the view encompasses elegant merchants’ mansions, carillon-crowned churches and warehouses with their rich history from Holland’s Golden Age.
Tip: There are 65 miles of canals that meander through the city.
Enter the realms of fantasy at this huge theme park, based on ancient myths, fairy tales, fables and folklore. You can discover the Fairytale Forest, lose yourselves among the elves and the trolls or jump on the Python and Vogel Rok rollercoasters. This popular theme park features the largest water show in Europe, while both choral and instrumental groups are invited to perform on the bandstand.
Visit the home of the famous blue and white pottery in Delft. On a guided tour students can learn how Dutch potters took on the blue and white motifs of Chinese porcelain in the early 17th century, and personalized them with native Dutch icons like tulips and windmills. Then tour the pottery and learn about the laborious production process of Delfware today.
Zaanse Schans is the Netherlands in a nutshell: a town of traditional Dutch crafts and architecture, with six windmills, a wooden shoe workshop, a cheese farm and more. Some think it’s an open-air museum, but actually, Zaanse Schans is simply a town full of extraordinarily well preserved architecture and traditions. It is both a fun and informative day out.
This miniature park is home to a range of perfect 1:25 scale model replicas of famous Dutch castles, public buildings, and large industrial projects. Students can learn the stories behind the buildings and interact with exhibits, loading containers on a cargo ship in the port of Rotterdam, or operating the Oosterscheldekering storm surge barrier.
Set among the forest and dunes, this amusement park has plenty of spectacular attractions offering excitement and relaxation. Thrill seekers can go for a hair-rising ride in the dazzling Falcon or Mad Mill or the Dragonfly roller coaster. And for students who want to launch themselves into the water, the Tiki Pool boasts one kilometre of water slides.
This new educational attraction, open from September 2017, will allow groups to take a virtual flight experience above Holland’s beautiful landscapes using the latest I-ride technology. Specialised vehicles suspended above the ground move with the film to offer an exhilarating experience of flying. A pre-flight edutainment presentation explains how Holland was created from sea and swamp.
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