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For those KS5 History groups studying modules which focus on Migration, Bristol is the ideal destination for either a 1 or 2- day tour

A visit to Bristol will give KS5 History students the opportunity to understand the impact of migration across the centuries, the experiences of migrants and their impact on society. Expert local guides can take you on a walking tour around the city which focusses on themes such as the Transatlantic trade in enslaved Africans, the 1963 Bristol Bus Boycott & Edward Colston.

Bristol is the ideal city to enlighten and educate students in this hugely topical theme.

Tour Details

Day Trip

Day 1

Morning

Depart college for mid-morning arrival in Bristol. You’ll go straight to M Shed, the museum that explores the city’s history.

Afternoon

A local historian will take you on a guided walking tour of the city including themes of the Industrial Revolution, the trans-Atlantic slave trade, Edwards Colston, the Abolition movement.

Evening

Evening return to college

2 Day Itinerary

Day 1

Morning

Depart college for mid-morning arrival in Bristol. You’ll go straight to M Shed, the museum that explores the city’s history.

Afternoon

A local historian will take you on a guided walking tour of the city including themes of the Industrial Revolution, the trans-Atlantic slave trade, Edwards Colston, the Abolition movement.

Evening

Check in to your accommodation. Evening meal and free time.

Day 2

Morning

Visit to the SS Great Britain to discover real passenger stories from the 19th century.

Afternoon

Free time to explore Bristol’s shopping quarter

Evening

Depart for your return journey to college

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