Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Tickets – Best Seat in the House??

We often get asked on the best seats as it’s always a special occasion to attend the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

Attached are some photos of my visits in 2018 – fantastic performance and one view from Section 4 and the other from the Royal Gallery (thanks to the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo for the invite!). The weather was awful on the Royal Gallery preview show but in Section 4 it was a lovely night.

In terms of options there are a few

Arena map

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entry Level – Section 16 (or similar price range)
These are still good seats – they are next to the Castle so some of the lighting displays on the castle and some of the salutes to the Royal Gallery where the guest of honour takes the salute may be restricted.
It provides a great view of all the performers as they emerge from the Castle and are next to the choir area.

Standard Level – Section 4 (or similar price range)

Section 4We have used these for years and they offer a superb view of all the performance.Its not head on to the Castle but a slight tilt of the head and you get the full lighting displays.You get fantastic views of all the performers and often feel a lot closer to the action than the upgrade tickets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upgrade Tickets – Section 7 (or similar price range)
Sections 7-10 are the same price range but section 8&9 are often used for hospitality so not often available within packages. This really is no issue as the front on view of the Castle is spectacular from all these seats. These also provide the best entrance and exit options as close to the main entry of the esplanade.

Hospitality Tickets – Various Sections
The best of the Hospitality is in the Gatehouse or Queen Anne Room as these can include the Royal Gallery but the dining options are hosted in the historic parts of the Castle.
Whilst other options may include fantastic meals and additional tattoo performers we feel if you are going to upgrade then the Gatehouse and Queen Anne provide the best.
The Hospitality also includes Queue jump and often post Tattoo refreshments – a nice way of avoiding the whole crowd if this helps even if the seating is not front on.

I had the honour of listening to the Brigadier who is knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the event (and life in general), definitely worth the admission if you get to hear him speak!

Hospitality is excellent and well worth it but if above your budget please feel free to ask us and we’ll advise on plenty of pre-show restaurant options to cover all tastes.

 

Royal Gallery

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is quite simply a phenomenal performance in a truly iconic setting.

Feel free to call us on 0131 556 3840 if you have any questions.

 

David Hardy
Managing Director

 

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