School Field Trips, School Study Trips in Cheshire
Welcome to Milton brook estate. Set in the very heart of Cheshire we are ideally located to provide your group with accommodation close to the historic roman city of Chester and many more local educational and exciting attractions to make your school field trip a truly memorable time.
We can provide accommodation for any size of group from a small field trip to a full class school trip and for any time period. Milton Brook is a great place to stay during
your school trip. Everyone is welcome including junior schools, high schools, colleges, youth groups and any group wanting good accommodation central to Cheshires best activities.
Set in around 100 acres of land with 5 lakes teeming with wildlife, educational talks and explorations can conducted on site. The wildlife here includes many species of birds, amphibians and makes it an ideal place for a study outing and if you’re lucky you might spot an otter!
With so much land to walk across its quite easy to spend a few days of your school trip on site taking in the scenery and observing nature as it should be. There are also many comfortable places to stop and eat your packed lunch on the way.
Things to do during your stay at Milton Brook:
Visit the crocky trail and enjoy a mile long adventure of pure adrenaline drenched fun as you run along the famous Crocky Trail scrambling through trees, climbing over crooked bridges and swinging over the fast flowing Crocky stream. This is definitely a “go to” attraction when visiting Chester and is suitable for most age groups and sizes. Mixing fun, adventure and sneaking in a touch of education here and there makes the Crocky Trail must. Again we are just a stones throw away.
Chester City Centre
Chester City is one of the best kept cities in the U.K and is steeped in history dating back thousands of years. With many areas within the city walls having been restored
to their original state it is perfect for educational groups to tour round and soak up the roman atmosphere and most of it won’t cost a penny.
Chester Zoo is in the top ten zoos in Europe and is home to some rare species of animals. There is a monorail at the zoo making it easy to get around and many different areas to explore. There are various talks throughout the day and animal feeding times can be observed from a good viewpoint.
Delamere Forest has many paths through the woodlands and trails ideal for educational walks. At nearly 2.500 acres the forest offers a real mix of deciduous and evergreen trees and is home to a huge array of wildlife. It is the largest woodland in Cheshire and we are just a few miles away.