BIA day trips

All home and international students, and their friends and families, are welcome to come on the weekend day trips that BIA run during term-time.

Sunday 22 February 2015: Stratford & Warwick Castle

We will spend the morning in Stratford, the birthplace of William Shakespeare.

In the afternoon we will visit the magnificent medieval castle at Warwick - probably the finest castle in England.

  • Coach and admission to Warwick Castle ticket: Adults £18  Children £14.
  • Online Booking

Sunday 8 March 2015: Harry Potter World

Tour of the Warner Bros Studio where the Harry Potter films were made.

Saturday 14 March 2015: City of Liverpool

 Visit to the City of Liverpool 

Sunday 10 May 2015: Cotswold Wildlife Park

Cotswold Wildlife Park is set in 160 acres of parkland and gardens around a Victorian Manor House, and home to a varied collection of mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates.

Saturday 30 May 2015: City of Bath

Visit to the historic City of Bath, famous for its Roman Baths, museums and Georgian architecture.

Host scheme

Another way to see Britain and experience its culture is to arrange a short visit to a British family in another part of the UK via the Host Scheme.

Further information

For information about day trips contact: eisutrips@contacts.bham.ac.uk

BIA Office, G25,
Priorsfield House
46 Edgbaston Park Road (Green Zone: G18)

Telephone: 0121 414 7153

 

Day trips to many destinations

Student on trip

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