School Trip To Imperial War Museum


A school trip to London could be exciting with the rich tradition of London dating back to the Bronze Age. There are varieties of subjects to impress kids, and a school trip can be fruitful for the kids. History, science, technology, arts, drama, theatre and a variety of subjects that can impress students are housed in the museums in London. Important information that kids can gather from the museum is the way history has played its role in developing the new age England. It also explains how wars play a role in changing not just geographical boundaries but also the economics of a place. The Imperial Museum and Cabinet War Room can teach warring lessons.

Imperial War Museum is one of the five war museums, and of these, three are located in London. One of the branches founded in 1917 that records the happenings during the World War One and documentations of the sacrifices of the Empire during the war times. The museum has undergone a lot of changes and has accommodated the recent warfare techniques also. The museum was originally located at the Crystal Palace and was moved to South Kensington where it is housed in the Bethlem Royal Hospital in Southwark. The trip will cover a walkthrough of photograph collections, official documents, films, art collections and military crafts.

Another branch of the museum is the Imperial War Museum. This is also called the Churchill War Rooms. This is an underground bunker that was the command centre for the British during the Second World War. This was after the World War II broke out. Once the war was over it was abandoned, and only people with special permissions visited the place. During the 1980s, the Imperial War Museum opens it for visitors. A school trip here explains the importance of the place during the war times. This place has remained the nerve centre during the war times.