Cutty Sarktickets and tips

3 things worth shouting about:

  1. Steering the wheel with all the rigging above, you almost feel like you’re heading out to sea.
  2. The deck’s in really good nick and the views of London are *chef’s kiss*
  3. Characters like the captain and the cook really bring the ship alive for kids.

Tickets from £18.00

What’s there to do at Cutty Sark?

Two people stood on Cutty Sark, on person is holding onto boat ropes and other person is pointing in the distance

Explore the main deck

Themed Area

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The Cutty Sark Café


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Gift Shop


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Cutty Sark tips and tricks


Leon says

"Climb the ropes!"

When exploring the upper decks of the ship, there's an opportunity to climb the ropes - our kids loved it.


Jenny says

"Well worth grabbing lunch"

Our day out to Cutty Sark was really made by the cafe, would highly recommend stopping there for lunch.


Elle says

"Perfect for history lovers"

If you're a history lover, the Cutty Sark tour is perfect for you. The tour was really informative and great insight into the history of the boat.

What to expect at Cutty Sark

Sail into history and get back in time for tea

If sailing ships float your boat, you’ll love a visit to this £2.46 million beauty in Greenwich (that’s in today’s money FYI).

Experience it for yourself and buy Cutty Sark tickets.

Walk along the main deck and imagine what it was like packed with noisy, smelly pigs and chickens. Pop down to the comfy captain’s quarters and learn about the ship’s legendary gaffers… and others who didn’t know their oars from their elbows. Touch the copper hull that made this ship super-fast. Yup, this is the type of action that makes a ship fanatic need a cold shower.

When you want to get immersive, there’s an audio tour available. And live actors playing the ship’s owner make it more entertaining for kids than listening to you rave about rivets, sails and maritime speed records (as cool as all that stuff is).

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Facilites you'll find at Cutty Sark

  • Baby Changing Facilities
  • Toilets

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How to get toCutty Sark

King William Walk, SE10 9HT, London

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Cutty Sark Opening Times

Mon - Sun 10am-5pm

Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.

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Cutty Sark at a glance

Cutty Sark is an attraction based in London. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Historical Attractions . We have tickets available starting at £18.00.

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How much are Cutty Sark tickets?

Prices vary based on time and date of your visit, at The Cutty Sark Museum tickets start from £16.

How long does it take to go around the Cutty Sark?

We recommend about an hour and a half to fully enjoy the Cutty Stark.

Is the Cutty Stark accessible?

Yes! The Cutty Stark is wheelchair accessible with lifts providing access to all levels of the ship. For safety reasons wheelchair spaces on the ship are limited to three visitors at any one time. Some areas of the Main Deck are not wheelchair accessible, but virtual access is provided to these spaces.

The original ship structure restricts the size of the lift on board, so unfortunately mobility scooters cannot be accommodated onboard.

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