More information about Cutty Sark tickets
- Admission aboard the Cutty Sark
- Take in the spectacular views over the River Thames
ScheduleDays of Operation: Daily
Opening times: 10am until 5pm (last entry at 4:15pm).
From 21 July 2016 to 3 September 2016, Cutty Sark will be open unitl 6.00pm. Last admission will be at 5.15pm.
Experience what life was like on board a true survivor of the seas and discover the epic story of a sailing legend. Venture aboard and beneath one of the world’s most famous ships – the last surviving tea clipper, and the fastest and greatest of her time. Stand on the main deck and marvel at the towering masts and 11 miles of rigging, take the helm at the ship’s wheel, and enjoy fabulous views of the River Thames. Built in 1869 to carry tea back from China, Cutty Sark survived high seas, storms and mutiny, and travelled far and wide to almost every major port across the globe. Explore interactive displays that evoke the sights, smells and sounds of life at sea, enjoy sweeping views of the Thames, and walk right underneath the ship’s gleaming hull to touch a piece of world history. Touch the original structure of the ship and find out about the incredible conservation project that has saved Cutty Sark for future generations.
- Meet the crew every weekend and during the school holidays
- Venture beneath the towering masts which carry over 11 miles of rigging
- Walk underneath the ship and look up at the elegant lines of the ship’s streamlined hull
- Touch the original structure of the ship dating back from when she was built
- Explore the lower hold where precious cargo was stored
- Steer a course from Sydney to London against Captain Woodget
- Look up your family name in the crew list
- Take the helm at the captain’s wheel
- Meet the world’s largest collection of figureheads
- Have a cup of Cutty Sark-inspired tea under the hull of the ship in The Even Keen Café
- Enjoy family activities the first weekend of each month and during school holidays
- Take in the spectacular views over the River Thames from the main deck
- Admission to the Cutty Sark