Buckler's Hard offers an exciting range of award-winning educational programmes, offering something for every school group, including those with special educational needs.
Our adaptable programmes are hosted by friendly, knowledgeable and experienced staff and can be tailored to suit your needs and schedule. They are perfectly suited to the new themes in the history curriculum, such as significant historical events, people and places in the locality, British history beyond 1966 and Geography.
Don't forget to talk to our friendly education team about complementary programmes at our sister attraction, Beaulieu.
Please download or request our Education Brochure for full details of the following programmes:
BUCKLER'S HARD: A SHIPBUILDING SETTLEMENT
LAND USE, INDUSTRY, GEOGRAPHY, RIVERSIDE WALK
How and why did Buckler’s Hard develop from a small landing place into a famous shipbuilding centre? Find out how the ships were constructed and see the launchways where they were built. Discover what life was like in an industrial settlement in the 1700s.
SHIPS & SEAFARERS, HOUSES & HOMES
JOURNEYS, TRANSPORT, NELSON, TRAFALGAR
Role play tours in which the children take the part of 18th century visitors to see the village where ships for Nelson’s navy are built, including his favourite Agamemnon. Learn about Nelson, Master Shipbuilder Henry Adams, the cat-o-nine-tails, and more about life in the 18th century village.