5 Educational trips you must take with your class !

Sitting in a classroom and studying from a text book all year round can be boring. It is important for students to be able to experience the things they are studying about. Here’s a list of 5 educational trips you could take with your class to help ensure that they get a well-rounded education.

1. National Science Centre:

Around 3.5 lakh students visit the National Science Centre every year and it is not without reason. They have six halls full of interesting and engaging exhibits. NSC is where science and every other field of human interest collide. They have exhibits for cultural heritage and science, pre historic life, information revolution and emerging technologies.  Not only will your students be thrilled to see that science is linked back to the mere existence of man, they will also gain a lot of knowledge about various fields apart from the scientific one.
Timings: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Open all days

2. Navdanya 

Navdanya means “nine crops” that represent India's collective source of food security. Navdanya is an organic farm based in Meerut. This initiative was started by renowned environmentalist Dr. Vandana Shiva to help the farmers become self-sufficient and to rely on more indigenous methods of farming. They will take the kids around the farm and teach them valuable lessons about organic farming and self-sufficiency. 

3. National Rail Museum:

National Rail Museum in Delhi has an exotic collection of over 100 real sized exhibits of Indian Railways. Static and working models along with literature, photographs, antique furniture, equipment, etc. Railways have a long history in India and there is no better way to explore that history. 
Timings: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm 
Closed on: Monday 

4. National Museum:

National Museum happens to be one of the largest museums in India. It features 200,000 works of art including both Indian and foreign artists. The collection represents all the diverse disciplines of art ranging from archaeology (sculptures, manuscripts, etc.) to jewellery and arms and armour. 
Timings: open 24 hours
Closed on: Monday

5. Indira Gandhi Memorial: 

Indira Gandhi was one of the most powerful leaders the country has seen. Her former house has been converted into a museum which features a rare collection of photographs of the nationalist movement, the Nehru-Gandhi family and her childhood. Indira Gandhi is an important part of any political science textbook and it is paramount for students to learn about her and her policies. 
Timings: 9:30 am to 4:45 pm 
Closed on: Monday