Tickets for The Royal Edinburgh.
One of our BESTSELLERS.
- Fast-track access to Edinburgh Castle
- Fast-track access to Holyroodhouse Palace
- Fast-track access to Royal Yacht Britannia
- Access to Edinburgh Tour
- Access to Majestic Tour
- Access to City Sightseeing Tour
This is a great combination pass. You get to access Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Yacht Britannia and Holyrood Palace with this great combination ticket as well as being able to join the Edinburgh Tour, the Majestic Tour and 48 hour access to the fun City Sightseeing Tour which includes 41 stops across 3 different tour lines and that also answers the question as to why it’s one of our bestsellers!
That is a lot of access for one pass! Just click Book Now for full ticket details.
Why not upgrade to one of our great combination tickets. We offer:
- The Royal Edinburgh + Three Bridges Inchcolm Island. Click HERE for ticket details.
Edinburgh Castle, one of Scotland’s most recognised and famous landmarks with over 1000 years of history. Built on a rocky outcrop in the centre of the city so it could look out and help protect the area. The castle played a vital role during the Wars of Scottish Independence. King James VI of Scotland and I of England was born there in 1566. Edinburgh Castle is also home to the oldest building in Edinburgh, St. Margaret’s Chapel. It’s believed the chapel was built in the 12th century and was named after St. Margaret who was the wife of King Malcolm III. The castle is also home to the Scottish Crown Jewels, which are proudly on display in the Crown Room. The castle is an incredibly popular tourist attraction in the area.
Holyroodhouse Palace or Holyrood Palace as its sometimes referred too is the official residence of the King in Scotland. Located at the end of the Royal Mile, the palace has incredible history including Mary Queen of Scots. The palace was originally built as a monastery by King David I in 1128, but was later transformed into a royal residence by James IV in the 16th century. Its Abbey dated back to the 12th century and has been the home of multiple coronations and royal weddings. The State Apartments are used by the Royal Family when they visit. The Great Gallery is home to priceless works of art and an amazing collection of portraits of Scottish monarchs. An incredibly popular tourist attraction.
The Royal Yacht Britannia
The Royal Yacht Britannia, one of the most iconic symbols of the British monarch and for over 40 years served as the official residence of the monarch when travelling overseas by boat. The Royal Yacht Britannia was designed by Sir Hugh Casson and launched in April of 1953. It was built to replace the previous Royal Yacht, the Victoria and Albert III, having been decommissioned in 1939. The Royal Yacht Britannia spans 412 feet and has 4 decks which could accommodate 250 guests along with 21 crew. It’s believed that Queen Elizabeth loved spending time on the boat and apparently stayed for over 1000 nights on it during her reign. An incredible popular tourist attraction in Edinburgh now with visitors being able to see the grand state apartments on board along with the engine room and the crew’s quarters. You can even have a bite to eat and a cup of tea in the Royal Deck Tea Room!