Edinburgh: The Royal Yacht Britannia Ticket

Edinburgh: The Royal Yacht Britannia Ticket

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Follow in the footsteps of royalty as you step aboard The Royal Yacht Britannia, the Queen's former floating royal residence. Explore the ship’s 5 decks on the audio guided tour, from the State Apartments to the Crew's Quarters.

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Duration 2 hours
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English, Arabic, Portuguese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Chinese, Polish, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, Urdu, Welsh
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Highlights
  • Gain fascinating insights into the private and public lives of the British Royal Family
  • Discover what made Britannia, the Queen's floating palace, so special to all who knew her
  • Explore the 5 decks, visiting the Royal Apartments, the State Dining Room, and more
Full description
During her 40 years of service, The Royal Yacht Britannia sailed a million miles on a thousand official visits for the British Royal Family. Book your ticket to tour this top British attraction. Now berthed in Edinburgh’s historic port of Leith, Britannia is a fascinating 5-star visitor attraction. A free handset tour (available in 30 languages) takes visitors round 5 decks at a leisurely pace and provides a rare glimpse into the public and private lives of the British Royal Family. Highlights of the tour include the fabulous State Apartments and Royal Bedrooms, the relaxing Sun Lounge, life below decks in the Sick Bay and Laundry and the gleaming Engine Room. Enjoy stunning waterfront views and waiter service in the Royal Deck Tea Room, with a menu of delicious cakes, scones, soups, and sandwiches made on board in the original Royal Galley. The majority of items on view are original and kindly on loan from the Royal Collection. The route is fully accessible with lifts and ramps throughout.
Includes
  • Free audio handset tour of Britannia's 5 decks (available in 30 languages)
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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    The Royal Yacht Britannia Visitor Centre, 2nd Floor, Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6JJ

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    • The tour can be done at your own pace, however, it will take approximately one and a half to two hours, or longer if you wish to visit the Royal Deck Tea Room
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.9 / 5

    based on 1547 reviews

    Review summary

    • Transportation
      3.1/5
    • Value for money
      4.7/5
    • Service
      4.8/5
    • Organization
      4.9/5
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    A must do when in Edinburgh, the staff were very friendly and professional and a glimpse of the past of the royal family, and the crew of Brittannia, Just a note the entrance is through the shopping centre on the second floor and the tea room is worth a visit to rest your legs, and give yourself a bit more time as it gets very absorbing and the time flies.

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    October 14, 2020

    Went as a family and with discounts it was £49 all in. Arrived at the Ocean Terminal Mall where parking was, refreshingly, free. Access to the Yacht is via the Mall. Dead easy to access the yacht and would even suit some with mobility problems. No internal stairs are used on the yacht - an external elevator lets you access at any level you please. About 4 decks to explore. Lots of royal memorabilia if you are into that but most of it from the 80’s/90’s - very little more recent than that. Boat is interesting from an engineering and historical perspective although I doubt this boat would be deemed luxurious by modern standards. A free audio guide available too and COVID mitigations didn’t really detract from the experience at all which was great. Worth seeing and across the bridge and within seconds you are back in the ultra Modern Ocean Terminal Mall which had loads of nice places to eat and shop. Look out for the Leith Collective store - arts, crafts and tasteful textiles.

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    October 6, 2020

    Very warm welcome, plenty staff to guide you along and keep you right. Easy to socially distance. Very informative information and interesting too. My 12 year old grandson had an adult handset and enjoyed it too. He also had fun counting the carefully placed toy corgis to try to win a prize draw. Also visited the tea room. The chocolate fudge cake was delicious. Very pleasant couple of hours

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    September 28, 2020

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