Britannia Royal Naval College Tours
Type: Historic Site
Britannia Royal Naval Guided Tours.
Guided public and private tours of Britannia Royal Naval College are available throughout 2014. Public tours normally take place on a Monday afternoon including a Wednesday afternoon during the high season.
BRNC should be a key ingredient to any visit to the West Country. Tours of this iconic building will cover its considerable history and its role within the Royal Navy today, providing the training of naval officers.
Britannia Association Tours of BRNC aim to provide you with a quality, value for money, informative visit.
Public Tours start from a convenient pick-up point in Dartmouth town from where you will be taken to the College by coach for a walking tour, which lasts just over 2 hours. In manageable group sizes your Britannia Association tour guide will provide an informative narrative allowing you to appreciate the rich history, role and relevance of this building and the naval training conducted here today.
Dartmouth Tourist Information Centre (01803 834224) provides a convenient booking service, offering dates in advance. To avoid disappointment advance booking is recommended.
Britannia Royal Naval College is a working military establishment and photographic identification is required for access.
Private Tours are of a more bespoke nature. Preferential rates are awarded to veteran groups, educational establishments and youth groups. Speak direct with the Britannia Association Tours office (01803 677565) to discuss your groups requirements and appropriate tariff.
If you have any questions or require further information then please do not hesitate to contact the Britannia Association Tours office on (01803 677565) or email: email@example.com
BRNC is a working military training establishment. In the event that a tour has to be cancelled full refunds will be made.
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