Aboard the Cutty Sark experience what life was like on a true survivor of the seas and discover the epic story of a sailing legend. Venture on-deck and beneath one of the world's most famous ships – the last surviving tea clipper, and the fastest and most magnificent of her time.
Jump on board this historic sailing ship - the fastest of its time - and discover 150 years of maritime history. Learn all about this famous ship's long history. Relive her most famous voyages and immerse yourself in the experience of what life was like onboard for the sailors who survived long tours, stormy seas and even mutiny!
Take a self-guided tour through the ship's quarters and see how the sailors lived. You'll be surrounded by memorabilia from her many voyages around the world as you walk through the impressive original interior.
Along the way, you'll even meet the crew themselves! Colourful characters from the Cutty Sark's past have been brought to life by actors dressed in costume who can be found wandering the ship.
Smell and touch samples of the original cargo in the lower hold – including tea, wool and whisky, watch the short video, play the interactive navigation game or download the new Cutty Sark app.
Attraction Address: Cutty Sark, King William Walk, Greenwich, London, SE10 9HT
Our suggested visit duration is 2 hours
Children under 4 years are free of charge
Opening times may occasionally vary
For safety reasons, wheelchair spaces are limited. As the original ship structure restricts the size of the lift on board, mobility scooters cannot be accommodated on board. Lifts offer access to all other areas of the ship, including the main deck as well as the Gallery beneath the ship
Access to certain spaces and interactive exhibits may be restricted at this time
Audio Guide: English, BSL
Experience what life was like on-board a sailing legend
Meet colourful characters from the Cutty Sark’s past
Using the complimentary audio guide, discover the history of the last surviving tea clipper and the fastest ship of her time
Take the helm at the ship’s wheel and walk beneath the original hull