Make friends while exploring the UK
Each year our Loughborough Students’ Union (LSU) organise a variety of trips to different places in the UK – giving you the exciting opportunity to see more of the UK, learn more about our history, and meet lots of new friends.
The UK has such a rich heritage that it would be a shame not to explore it while you’re here. In the past, LSU have organised trips to:
A prehistoric monument dating back to 3000 BC – 2000 BC, Stonehenge is a ring of standing stones each standing around 13 feet high.
Located in the South-West of England, Bath is renowned for the roman-built baths and has a long history.
The birth place of William Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon is located in the West-Midlands.
Poet Matthew Arnold famously referred to Oxford as the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ – and once you’ve seen the medieval architecture for yourself you’ll understand why.
An overnight trip to Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland. Edinburgh has a rich history with lots of fantastic cultural attractions.
Visit the famous Christmas market and go on a walking tour of the city, the third most visited city in the UK after London and Edinburgh.
In the past, the trip has included a tour of Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland and a theatre show. London is the capital city of England.
Located in the North-West of England, Liverpool is the birthplace of The Beatles and was also nominated the European Capital of Culture.
A trip to Cardiff - the capital city of Wales. It is the largest city in Wales and home to Cardiff Castle.
A historic walled city in North Yorkshire, in the past students have visited York dungeons.