We have a unique blend of natural and social history, science, geology, technology and interpretation.
We know that organising a visit is not an easy task. With this in mind we have recently worked with local teachers to make brand new Educational Resources containing information, activities and work sheets. The resources are split into Key stage 1 & Key stage 2 and downloadable by clicking the buttons below. You may notice some worksheets are repeated to enable use for both Pre-Visit and Post-Visit.Key Stage 2
To make your booking, please click the link below and fill in our booking form.Make a booking
FREE (one per 10 children)
|Open daily||9th - 24th February|
|Weekends only||2nd & 3rd, 9th & 10th, 16th & 17th, 23rd & 24th March|
|Open daily||30th March - 3rd November
Times: 10:00am - 4:30pm (later during holidays)
Please note, the last cable car up is 30 mins before closing. We advise to check opening times before you travel.
The cable car operating times are controlled by Cable Transport Limited. Cable Transport Limited reserves the right to amend the days and times of cable car operations without notice.
We want your school party to really enjoy and learn from their day out, but we also want you to be safe while you are at the Heights of Abraham. Please be aware that there are some areas where children do need close supervision, particularly on the Play areas and Prospect Tower. Due to the natural formation of the site there are also many steep, narrow and uneven steps/pathways throughout the hilltop park. It is thus essential that accompanying adults/teachers monitor their groups and prohibit unruly behaviour.
We have trained first aiders on site. If you require assistance please ask at the Treetops Centre or the nearest member of staff.
Download a current site risk assessment that will help you with your plans.
Pre-visit Teachers are welcome to make a preparatory visit free of charge, please call 01629 582365 Ext.256 to arrange a meeting & tour.
For older pupils and students studying tourism, the Heights of Abraham is becoming an increasingly popular venue to carry out a case study.