School visits at Tring

The Natural History Museum in Hertfordshire

Pupils on a school trip to Tring, study a specimen of a bird skeleton
  • Monday – Sunday 10.30-16.30

    Closed 24-26 December 

School and group visits

The Museum at Tring has reopened to the general public. 

However, due to Health and Safety guidelines we are unable to welcome back large group visits, including school groups, until further notice. This is for both self-guided visits and booked workshops and shows.

We are currently working on a plan for school visits to return, as well as exciting opportunities for us to connect with you digitally in school. Please email tring-bookings@nhm.ac.uk if you have any questions.

We look forward to welcoming you and your students back as soon as we can. If you'd like to sign up to our Tring Teachers' newsletter to be the first to hear when school bookings re-open, please email tring-bookings@nhm.ac.uk.

Inspire your students to ponder their place within the natural world and explore the variety of life.

Our hands-on workshops and gallery activities are closely tied to the National Curriculum. We recommend booking at least a month in advance.

Essential information for school visits

We recommend you visit the Essential information for school visits page to plan your trip to the Museum.

SEND students

Browse creative opportunities and a special workshop for SEND students.

Home Educated groups

Home Educated groups have access to the full range of educational activities at Tring.

Teachers' session

Free sessions to find out more about the Museum’s offer for schools and how this can support your students' learning. 

Key Stage 1 and Early Years

Browse workshops and activities for younger children.

Key Stage 2

Browse our learning opportunities for Key Stage 2 children.

Key Stage 3

Browse workshops and creative opportunities for Key Stage 3 pupils.

Key Stage 4

Key Stage 4 students can take part in a multi-activity full or half-day, or practice their artistic skills by exploring our galleries. 

Key Stage 5

The galleries provide an opportunity for older students to practice their artistic skills and be inspired by the specimens at a variety of levels.