Activities on board The Royal Yacht Britannia
A LEGO replica model of The Queen’s former floating palace, The Royal Yacht Britannia, is now an exciting new permanent feature at Britannia’s Visitor Centre in Ocean Terminal.
Created using 40,000 LEGO bricks, and measuring over 11 feet in length, the magnificent 1:37 scale model was constructed from Britannia’s original plans and drawings. It took 51 year old LEGO model builder and fisherman, Jim McDonough, eight weeks to build the ship, on the dining room table, in his home near Arbroath. No glue was used in its construction, and everything can be taken apart.
Come and view this magnificent creation with its incredible attention to detail across the five decks, from the onboard Phantom V Rolls-Royce in its garage, to the white Baby Grand Piano in Britannia’s Royal Deck Tea Room.
Half Term Corgi Treasure Hunt
11th - 19th February
Looking for ways to keep the kids occupied this February half term? Why not visit the Royal Yacht in Edinburgh? It's guaranteed to be a fun day out for the whole family.
Come along to experience Scotland's best Visitor Attraction (Visit Scotland) during the school holidays. Follow in the footsteps of Royalty while looking for our Cuddly Corgis in our treasure hunt. Britannia corgis will be hiding in various locations around the ship for you to spot. The whole family can join in so keep a look out and, at the end of your tour, receive a small prize.