ESOL Highlights Visit, 2 hours

Every week day from 9.30 am

Bring your students for an informal session to explore this marvellous site and its rich history – the place where Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and Mary Tudor were born and where Henry courted Anne Boleyn. You will visit the beautiful and peaceful Chapel – a contrast to a special visit the Victorian Skittle Alley (normally closed to visitors) for an energising game guaranteed to break down language barriers!

On Tuesdays and Fridays at 13.00 during term time, your group are welcome to stay for a free recital in the Chapel by Trinity Laban music students – the stars of tomorrow.

A language expert and an Explainer guide will accompany you, ensuring that your group has a truly memorable time and that the language is appropriate for their level.

Young learners

We welcome visits from groups of young people and can adapt tours and workshops to fit the needs and interests of your group. Please fill out an inquiry form and let us know the ESOL levels, ages and needs of your learners.

How to book a visit

To book a visit for your ESOL group, please complete and send the booking form. To discuss your visit in detail, contact Community and Outreach Officer Kori Hutchinson for more information: [email protected] or 020 8269 4711 (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays).

Please do let us know if you want to bring a self-guided group to visit.

An outreach talk at your centre/college may be possible on request.

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