• Outdoor
    Cultural & historical sites
    Family-friendly
      £18.00
      /person normally

    What you'll do

    Discover the epic story of a sailing legend with a visit to Greenwich’s Cutty Sark, the last surviving tea clipper!

    Visit the Cutty Sark with Go City®

    • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
    • General admission to this historical 19th Century Clipper ship.
    • Access to the interactive exhibits.
    • The chance to explore the sailors quarters and touch the hull.

    Explore Greenwich’s Cutty Sark, the last surviving tea clipper in the world.

    Part of the Royal Museums Greenwich, the Cutty Sark is a historic sailing ship that was once the fastest and greatest of her time. You’ll discover what life was like onboard the ship, touch a piece of world history, and learn about this striking vessel. A truly immersive experience, multi-sensory interactive displays will bring the ship to life with sights, smells and sounds of what life at sea would have been like. 

    The Cutty Sark was built in Scotland in 1869 and designed to carry tea from China to England in record-time. In her heyday, the ship circumnavigated the globe and visited every major port around the world. Since being preserved as a museum ship, the Cutty Sark has been raised above the ground, allowing you to walk underneath the hull while touching the original planks and iron framework.

    Board the clipper and discover the sailors’ quarters and the ship’s wheel, meet famous Cutty Sark characters and learn about their incredible stories while enjoying beautiful views up and down the Thames.  Be sure to pop by the Even Keel Café, located directly underneath the ship's hull, for Cutty Sark-inspired cup of tea, Clipper Lunch or book in for an indulgent and traditional Afternoon Tea complete with scones and cakes.  

    Cutty Sark Highlights

    Clipper ship – restored historical 19th Century Clipper ship.

    Displays – interactive and multi-sensory displays.

    Sailors' quarters – explore the Sailors' quarters.

    World history – touch a piece of world history underneath the ship's hull.

    Did You Know

    • The Cutty Sark was actually a Portuguese ship for longer than it was a British cargo ship.
    • The original cost to build the Cutty Sark was £16,150. Its overall length is 280 feet and it has 32 sails and 11 miles of rigging. Its top speed was 17 knots, which is roughly 19 miles per hour.

    Experience Cutty Sark and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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    Know before you go

    Getting in: present your pass at the admissions desk at the main entrance.

    Please note: to avoid disappointment, customers are strongly advised to check availability on the Cutty Sark's website.

    For more information, please visit the Cutty Sark website

    Cutty Sark tickets help

    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

    Where you'll be

    King William Walk, Greenwich, GB

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    Operating hours

    Daily: 10AM - 5PM (last admission 4:15PM)
     

    Closings & holidays

    24, 25 & 26 December annually

    Cutty Sark

    020 8312 6608

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