Win tickets to Scotland’s Best Visitor Attraction
The Royal Yacht Britannia served the British Royal Family for over forty years, sailed over a million miles and was a wonderful ambassador for Britain and the Commonwealth. It was the one place The Queen said she could truly relax.
Britannia is now permanently berthed in Edinburgh, in the historic port of Leith, and is Scotland’s best visitor attraction (VisitScotland), as well as a prestigious evening events venue.
The Royal Yacht are taking part in Disabled Access Day. Take advantage of 20% discount on tickets to Britannia on 12 March 2016, and remember carers go free. To claim your discount, simply quote the reference code or show the web page at the Visitor Reception on the 2nd floor of Ocean Terminal.
They aim to lead the way in accessible tourism and be as accessible as possible for everyone. Visitors explore five decks with the self-led audio handset tour, discovering the very heart and soul of this magnificent ship. It is also provided on a British Sign Language Tablet, Braille script and large script. Induction loops are installed throughout the route. Britannia also has facilities for assistance dogs, for people with hearing or sight loss, including water bowls located on the visitor route and visitor guides on hand to help wherever needed.
Britannia is offering readers the chance to win two pairs of adult tickets, with a delicious box of handmade fudge.
To win this fabulous prize, please answer the following question below:
Where in Edinburgh is Britannia moored?
Send answers to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 4th March.
Terms & Conditions
The prize is two pairs of admission tickets for two adults to visit The Royal Yacht Britannia.There is no cash alternative and the prize is non-transferable. Prize cannot be taken in July and August.