Covid-19 Information NOV 2020 - Tours, Shop & Amber temporarily closed

We are temporarily closed

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The Scotch whisky Experience will be closed until the end of november.

we've come to the decision to close our tours, Amber Restaurant & Coffee Shop and the Scotch Whisky on-site shop from Tuesday, 10th November until the end of November.

Please see below the saftey measure we have in place when we re-open again, and you can book now for tours in December. In the meantime, keep an eye on our social channels and our website for the latest updates and a little bit of whisky fun.

Our online shop is still open, so if you're looking for those perfect stocking fillers and whisky gifts this festive season, head over and have a look now.

SAFETY MEASURES

The perfect whisky is never rushed and we have put all the measures in place to ensure that you have a fun filled, relaxing and safe experience when you visit with friends and family.  Some of the measures which you will see in place are; 

• Hygiene                  sanitiser points, symptom-free entry only, screens at till points, face coverings

• Cleaning                 deep pre-opening cleaning, deep daily cleaning, enhanced ongoing cleaning

• Distancing              reduced capacity, timed entry & some one-way systems to allow physical distancing

• Face Coverings      please wear a mask in our shop and on our tour

• Systems                  pre booking, contactless payments and e-menus & content to view on your own device

• Training                  Covid inductions and full training for our team and daily update Covid briefing

BOOK NOW

• Silver, Gold & Platinum tours can be booked online in advance.

• Amber Restaurant and Coffee Shop is open daily from 11am - 6pm - book online here.

• Our online shop is available with a full refresh and new, exclusive, and exciting products

Keep up-to-date with all things whisky and The Scotch Whisky Experience through our social channels -  FacebookLinkedInTwitterInstagram (@ScotchWhiskyExp)

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