Trips are arranged under four exciting, curriculum-linked themes
Imagination and Curiosity – English and the Arts - Exploring the power of imagination and how it can be harnessed to change the world
People and the Planet – Science and Geography - Empowering young people to play an active role in creating a sustainable future
Breakthroughs and Discoveries – STEM and History - ’Investigating the moments of genius that have enabled humanity to progress
Journeys and Adventures – PSHE & Skills Development - Celebrating the broadening of horizons and stepping outside of your comfort zone
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Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein is an award-winning immersive museum in the centre of Bath. It tells the compelling story of how Mary, as a Regency teenager, was inspired to write the world’s most famous horror story, Frankenstein, and explores the legacy of her incredible creation.
Extending over four floors, students will explore an atmospherically decorated Georgian townhouse featuring themed rooms, bespoke soundscapes, special effects, and evocative aromas to provide an entertaining and informative journey through Shelley’s complex life.
The House also offers two escape rooms, a screening room featuring the world’s first Frankenstein silent movie from 1910 (12 minutes long), and an optional horror walk-through experience in the basement.
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A visit to the House of Frankenstein is designed to support lesson time learning. Expect eye-popping scientific revelations, incredible props, beautiful artwork and a close encounter with the 8-foot tall Creature which is recreated for the first time exactly as Mary Shelley described it in her novel.
Learn how Mary Shelley came to write the first ever science fiction novel at just 19. How the times and culture in which the novel was written define the narrative and subject matters of the story.
The experience is self-guided and educational worksheets tailored to different age groups are availableLearn more
Put your logic skills to the test with one of the House of Frankenstein’s escape rooms!
Victor’s Lair – Welcome to Victor’s miserable attic quarters. The clock is ticking for you to unlock the mysteries of life itself and, critically, your way out to freedom before his return…
The Shallows – You’ve gained unauthorised access to The Shallows only to discover the conspiracy rumours are a great deal worse than ever imagined. You have 1 hour to uncover the truth, save yourself and possibly, humanity itself…
37 Gay Street, Bath
BA1 2NT. England
Open Daily. Sun-Fri: 11am-5pm. Sat and school holidays 10am-6pm