Group visits

Warm welcome for groups © Tony Marsh

Warm welcome for groups at Britannia

Plan your group visit

Your group will love a truly memorable five-star visit to The Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh. We make organising a visit as easy as possible and warmly welcome travel trade partners, group organisers or educational visits. Groups of 15 or more are entitled to our special rates when they book in advance. This famous ship has been named Scotland's best visitor attraction by VisitScotland, Scotland's national tourism agency.

Find out more about the Britannia experience and the Royal Deck Tea Room.

Here to help you

Our dedicated Groups Team offer a flexible, friendly service. Please contact Pete or Adele with any questions or to provisionally hold a date on +44 (0)131 555 8800 or email Alternatively please use the group enquiry form.

10 reasons why Britannia is great for groups

1.    Unique five-star experience on board Her Majesty's floating palace
2.    Fantastic group rates when pre-booking
3.    Rated Scotland's best visitor attraction by VisitScotland for 8 years' running
4.    Friendly, flexible booking service with no cancellation fees
5.    Easy coach drop off/pick up and parking
6.    Audio tour included in the admission price
7.    Visitor route offers full accessibility
8.    Audio tour available in 27 languages and children's version. We also have  tablets available with the Britannia tour in British Sign Language.
9.    Free familiarisation visit available on request
10.  Dedicated Groups Team makes your job as easy as possible

2014 Group prices

Ticket Group price (15 or more)
Adult £11.45
Senior (aged 60+) £10.35
Student (with ID) £10.35
Child (aged 5-17) £6.95


Group Visits


"Just to let you know that my group thoroughly enjoyed the visit to Britannia today. Only 3 of us had been before and so the others were amazed at how much you could see and how fascinating it was. The whole tour is so well thought out and the lift made it accessible even for a couple of people in the group with mobility problems. I'm not surprised it is considered Scotland's Best Visitor Attraction!" October 2013

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