Your school’s visit to the 18th century
Our curriculum-linked guided and teacher-led sessions will give your pupils a real sense of what it would have been like to grow up almost 250 years ago, in William and Dorothy Wordsworth's childhood home. Sessions are available Monday to Thursday, from 9.30-11am, between 9 March and
22 October. Below, you'll find all the information that you need to plan and book your visit.
Step back in time to dress up and explore
Your group is welcome to stay on after its guided sessions to spend more time playing with our reproduction toys and games, dressing up in replica costume, and exploring the house and garden. Pupils can write poems in the Wordsworth Room, play skittles in the courtyard, sketch on William and Dorothy's terrace, and meet the heritage chickens in the small walled garden.
Save with Education Group Membership
It costs £5 per child to visit – £2.50 for entry and £2.50 for three sessions lasting 20-25 minutes each, two led by our costumed servants, or other team members, and one teacher-led. If your school is a National Trust Education Group Member, entry is free, making the total cost just £2.50 per child. If it isn't, ask us about joining when you make your booking. It's quick and easy to do – and could save you a lot of money!