Entry to Cutty Sark

Entry to Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark

Available to 20 January 2025

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  • Explore the main deck
  • Walk beneath the ship
  • See how the crew lived
  • Family activities and interactives
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A must-visit Greenwich attraction

Cutty Sark has got to be one of the best things to do in Greenwich. Embark on a journey on this historic museum ship with interactive exhibits and colourful costumed characters. A visit to Cutty Sark would make an excellent visit for families and history-lovers alike.

Explore Cutty Sark museum ship

Cutty Sark presents you a one-of-a-kind day out in Greenwich. From the breath-taking views at deck level to the hidden gems in its lower holds, be sure not to miss this glorious ship.

Join Captain Woodget and ship designer Jock Willis on board and meet a colourful cast of characters as you take the ship’s wheel, stroll along the decks, get under the hull, visit the captain’s cabin and spot some famous historical faces in the mast collection. Just watch out for Nannie the witch, donned in her ‘cutty sark’ (an old Scottish nightdress) of the ship’s namesake!

Are you up for a challenge? For the first time since 1954, you will be able climb the masts of Cutty Sark to be able to enjoy the truly unmatchable views from atop the highest point of the ship.

Why not see it all with the Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass?

If you're looking to spend more time in Greenwich, why not see all four Greenwich museums?

There are four museums under the Royal Museums Greenwich name and each of them offer a new and exciting opportunity for a fun and educational day out in London.

Learn about the maritime history of Britain at the National Maritime Museum, explore a former royal residency at Queen’s House, hear stories of the pioneering days of navigation and astronomy at the Royal Observatory and embark on an old clipper ship at the Cutty Sark.

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How to find us

By trains or underground:

The nearest rail stations are Greenwich and Maze Hill. Direct trains run to these stations from London Cannon Street and London Bridge. 

If you are using the London Underground, the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) will take you straight to Cutty Sark station

By bus:

The following buses stop near Cutty Sark: 129, 177, 180, 188, 199 and 386.

Cutty Sark represents the pinnacle of clipper ship design and was one of the fastest ships of its day. Cutty Sark was famous for remarkably fast passage times, under her Master Richard Woodget, and became the dominant ship in bringing wool from Australia to England.

The recommended time to fully enjoy a visit to Cutty Sark is between 1 and 1 and a half hours.

The ship was named after Cutty-sark, the nickname of the witch Nannie Dee in Robert Burns's 1791 poem Tam o' Shanter.

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