Visitor centre at the start of the exhibition has lots of really interesting information. The shop, of course, is star of the show! Lovely that there are original features retained everywhere so that you have just a little insight into life onboard for both the VIPs & the officers & crew.
No wonder the Queen shed a tear when she was decommissioned
This is self-guided tour ( which I prefer) & audio guides are available in 27 languages, all the staff are friendly, there’s a lovely cafe, glassed in on deck so you can look over the Firth to Fife as well as look at any ships moored close by.
And your Mocha comes with an image of Britannia in the froth!
We arrived at 10.30 & although busy to start with, after visiting the cafe, we found it quieter. My advice, as with most attractions, would be to go early.
Parking at the Blue section in Ocean Terminal (it’s well signposted for Britannia) is free. Take the lift from the car park into the Ocean Terminal shopping centre & then follow the signs for Britannia.
A great place to visit for adults, might be a bit lost on younger children. I’d go again!