Groups often take advantage of our concession rates for the exhibition which are currently £3.50 per person. This allows you access to the nest-cam facility with the RSPB officers and the audio-visual of the scenery of Skye.
You should allow 40 minutes for the exhibition
We are happy to provide any catering facilities for groups but it is best to pre-book. This can be done on the morning of your visit or if you have a precise schedule at any time that suits. Once booked, we will guarantee that space is reserved for you in our restaurant. Often groups organise a fixed menu prior to arriving and we are happy to make suggestions based on your budget. Alternatively, you may wish to eat from our menu which changes on a daily basis. The restaurant is available for snacks as well as full meals.
For restaurant enquiries email : firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to accept vouchers as long as we have full details beforehand for both the restaurant and exhibition.
There is ample coach parking at the Centre. Drivers can take their coach to the front door allowing passengers to leave the bus prior to moving to one of the parking areas.
The entrance to the Centre is at the same level as the car park making it easy for disabled people to gain access. A courtesy wheelchair is available within the building. Once inside you’ll find that all amenities are easily accessible. Aros operates a Positive about Disabled People Policy.
There are toilets within the Centre including disabled and baby changing facilities
From time to time we do have seasonal staff on the premises that speak various languages. Please enquire if you have special requirements and we will try and assist.
If any groups wish to attend any of our traditional or other concerts in the theatre please go to our What’s On page where details are available on our events programme. We are happy to arrange group discounts but these vary depending on the original ticket price. As a guide we would be happy to offer a minimum of 30% off the ticket price subject to availability.
Posted at July 12th, 2010 by Aros Centre.