Britain to welcome the Bayeux Tapestry?

Embroidered in Britain in the 11th century, is the Bayeux Tapestry set to return to the land of its creation? One of the major talking points of yesterday’s Anglo-French summit, it was announced that the Bayeux Tapestry is to head across La Manche to go on display in Britain in 2022, the first time in.. read more →

European Day of Languages

September 26th represents the European Day of Languages, an initiative derived by the Council of Europe in Strasbourg and celebrated every year since its creation in 2001. According to the official website, “there are over 200 European languages and many more spoken by citizens whose family origin is from other continents. This is an important.. read more →

Remembering Passchendaele

100 years on, we remember the Great War’s Battle of Passchendaele. Officially known as the Third Battle of Ypres, Passchendaele was infamous not only for the scale of casualties, but also for the mud. Indeed, few offensives encapsulate World War One better than the Battle of Passchendaele. The attack at Passchendaele was Sir Douglas Haig’s.. read more →

Commemorating Jane Austen

On the 200th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen, take a trip beyond the classroom to learn more about this literary great. An enduring mainstay on the English Literature curriculum, Pride and Prejudice has long been regarded as a literary classic. Yet did you know that tomorrow, 18th July 2018, marks the 200th anniversary of.. read more →

We are recruiting

As part of our expansion plans, we are looking to recruit new staff experienced in the world of educational travel. If you are interested in joining Broadway Tours, please send your cv to Tim Knight at read more →

Futuroscope is 30!

France’s 2nd largest theme park soon to celebrate its 30th birthday! First opened to the public in May 2017, Futuroscope, France’s number two amusement park after Disneyland Paris, is preparing to celebrate its 30th birthday. A brilliant visit for any age and designed firmly with education and fun in mind, Futuroscope caters excellently for those studying media, communication.. read more →

Normandy’s Le Havre celebrates its 500th anniversary

Le Havre is a fantastic destination to consider for a Normandy art school trip. Founded by King Francis I in 1517, the port city of Le Havre has undergone various guises throughout the centuries. It acquired increasing importance at the end of the 18th century as a result of the slave trade and growing international commerce. Indeed, on the eve.. read more →

Ferrari Land opens at PortAventura, Barcelona

PortAventura unveils its much anticipated new attraction: Ferrari Land! A day trip to PortAventura has long been a popular inclusion on a Barcelona school trip. And a brand new theme park has been unveiled within the PortAventura World Parks & Resort, sitting alongside PortAventura Park and PortAventura Caribe Aquatic Park. The largest project in the.. read more →

On Van Gogh’s birthday, consider an art school trip to Amsterdam

Today – 30th March – marks the birthday of Vincent van Gogh, a front runner in the field of Post-Impressionist art and unquestionably one of the 19th century’s most famous and influential artists. Born in the Netherlands in 1853, Van Gogh had a prolific career producing over 2,000 landscapes, still lifes, portraits and self portraits, yet his life was.. read more →

Happy Birthday, Einstein, Happy Pi Day!

March 14th is an important date in the spheres of science and maths. In America, the 14th of March represents national Pi Day, for in the month/day date format, 3/14 represents the first three digits of Pi (π), the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Being a constant number, Pi will be the.. read more →