Culloden teacher information

Learning at Culloden is about discovering the story of the Jacobites through skills-based, hands-on activities. We have a range of sessions you can book for your class.


Your class can walk in the footsteps of the Jacobites by booking a school visit to Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre. Discover our full range of indoor, outdoor and online sessions for Primary or Secondary classes below. We also have a range of accompanying resources.

Booking and charges

All visits must be booked in advance, including self-led visits to the site. We strongly advise booking more than one month in advance as availability can vary. Once you have booked, you will be sent a confirmation email with further pre-visit information. Please ensure you have read this before your visit.

  • Full-day visit | 10am-2pm | £6 per pupil
    A full day visit includes two class sessions, admission to the visitor centre and a battlefield tour
  • Half-day visit | 60-120 mins | £4 per pupil
    A half-day visit includes a class session, admission to the visitor centre and a battlefield tour
  • Self-led visit | 120 mins | £4 per pupil
    A self-led visit includes admission to the visitor centre

Please contact us for charges for our online sessions.

Accompanying adults are free of charge in the following ratios:

  • 1 adult:5 pupils for Primary 1–2
  • 1 adult:8 pupils for Primary 3–7
  • 1 adult:10 pupils for secondary schools
  • Any carers/support workers visit free of charge.

Additional adults will be charged at the standard rate of admission: £9.50 per person.

These rates apply to schools and home education groups based in the UK. Please contact us for charges for overseas schools.

How to book

Please download and complete our booking form (below) and return it to us at

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss anything further before booking, please get in touch:


Download the booking form for school visits at Culloden.


This brochure contains details of the sessions at Culloden, designed to help pupils explore some of the wider issues around conflict and blend outdoor learning with classroom-based work.