Take your students outside of the classroom to discover and learn about Melbourne city with our specialised student walking tours.
Hidden Secrets Tours encourages a sensory learning opportunity ideal for the young mind. Walking tours can be tailored for class interests and subjects, ages as well as curriculum. We offer professional guides who provide educational historical facts, social history, and architectural insights, in a thought provoking, educational and interactive manner.
We challenge your students to imagine how life was, and to see the city with open eyes.
Whether your school tour is a familiarisation with the city, its urban planning or a deeper look into specific subjects such as fashion, street art or architecture, a walking tour will bring further depth to the student’s learning.
We have a variety of established school group tours, and can also discuss specialty tailored tours. Our preferred school group size is 15 students per guide, and we are able to run a number of tours concurrently and consecutively throughout a day, week or month.
Discover the diversity of the laneways, the architectural design of the city and how it’s changing, the history of the beautiful arcades, the Gold Boom, the difference between small & big business all in the heart of Melbourne city.
We include our Hidden Secrets Tours map with routes marked for easy revisits and can also arrange worksheet or summaries.
For more information contact our office for a tailored quote or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Price & tour length: Dependent on group size, time required & inclusions. We suggest 1.5 or 2 hours is suitable.
Starting at $215 for a group of 15.
Group Sizes: Minimum 15 – Maximum 60 per session. Ideally 10-15 students per guide. 1 teacher FOC per 10 students.
We can accommodate staggered departures for larger groups, and can co-ordinate with other institutions to streamline your visits.
The Golden Mile Heritage Walk as a pure history tour is perfect for all school age groups.
Schools we have worked with include: Balwyn High School, Ferntree Gully, RMIT Arts Faculty, Heathcote NSW, Deakin University.