Celebrate the festive season in style with a visit to The Royal Yacht Britannia. Explore the State Apartments, where the Royal Family spent holidays, honeymoons and entertained prime ministers and presidents. See the State Drawing Room and Dining Room, adorned with stunning decorations from 1st December for the holiday season.
Head below decks to explore the Crew’s Quarters where the 220 Royal Yachtsmen would work, sleep and relax during their travels all over the world. Discover fascinating stories of life aboard on your complimentary audio guide, available in both children and adult versions. Remember to spot all the corgis across the five decks in our Christmas Cuddly Corgi Treasure Hunt!
Look out to the waterfront views from the Royal Deck Tea Room, where warming soups and delicious sandwiches as well as freshly baked cakes and scones, all made on board in the Royal Galley, await.
Start your Christmas feasting early with complimentary shortbread and warming mulled wine in the Crew’s Mess during a special Christmas weekend, 4 and 5 December. Local choirs, including youth musical theatre group, A-Team Productions, fresh from their premier Fringe festival show, will pop by to sing Christmas songs.
Get a head start on your Christmas shopping with the perfect stocking fillers, decorations and presents in the Britannia Gift Shop.
The Royal Yacht Britannia is closed on 25 December and 1 January.
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