17th June 2014

Adaptable Travel have been working hard to enable your students to get even more out of their educational tours.  With this in mind, we are delighted to announce new add-on visits for all CERN educational trips to enhance your school trip, including one of Switzerland’s largest solar power stations, hydraulic dams and the SIG Energy Pavillion.  This is in addition to the FREE study pack with all CERN study trips.

CERN is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and inspirational school science trips that you could offer for your students.  However, with the new visits these trips now become even more exciting and offer you opportunity to enhance your CERN school trip.

SIG is one of Switzerland’s largest energy providers, and a collection of visits around Geneva now on offer include the Energy Pavillion, portraying the amazing story of electricity production and science behind it.  You can also visit the famous Jet d’eau for a one hour tour of this landmark that powers out of Lake Geneva.  Other energy related visits include Les Cheveniers, the third biggest electricity producer in the canton of Geneva using waster material to generate energy.  There are also guided visits to some of the most advanced and interesting dam structures in Switzerland.  Take a look at all visits by clicking here.

All of the new visits now available on your CERN school trip include guided tours and are free of charge.  Adaptable Travel will also give each group a free full colour printed Science Discovered Study Pack for each member of your group.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your next school trip to CERN with Adaptable Travel, the UKs leading provider of school science trips.

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