Visit an award-winning historic ship of London turned to a heritage museum with our exclusive Cutty Sark tickets. This activity ticket will provide you with access to one of the most amazing London attractions which is the Cutty Sark British Clipper ship. This ship is the last tea clipper of its time and it is almost 150 years old now. You can be the witness to a legendary sailing ship that has truly survived the test of time. Roam around the main deck learning all about its folded history, and enjoy some quality time steering the wheels. Purchase the best priced Cutty Sark tickets from us and enjoy one of the most famous ships in London.
Cutty Sark is an award-winning visitor attraction for people who love historical stories and heritage constructions. With our curated Cutty Sark tickets, your history lessons in London would reach a new height. On this special London tour, you will get admission to the historic Cutty Sark ship-museum and know about its intricate history. Originally built in 1869, the Cutty Sark Greenwich is one of the fastest tea clippers of its time, Even after surviving two dreadful fires, this ship continues to tell about its legacy to this date and still inspires future generations.
By purchasing the Cutty Sark tickets from us, you can enjoy a lovely walk down the deck of the ship and enjoy fabulous views of towering masts and record-breaking passages. On the other hand, you can take to the main helm at the ship’s wheel, and get to experience that unique feeling of setting sail. Plus, the Cutty Sark figurehead, known as the Nannie, is inspired by the same poem which gave the ship its name. Not only the enchanting views of the ship’s architecture, but you would also get an understanding of Cutty Sark’s 150 years old history by listening through the audio guidebook. This guidebook is complimentary with our Cutty Sark tickets to provide you with epic stories. So, better not waste a moment! Set out on your exhilarating voyage on the Cutty Sark, exclusively with our tickets.
Learn the thrilling history of the fastest ship of London in the 19th along with our admission tickets.
Hear amazing stories about the ship's journey.
Explore the only British clipper ship from the 19th century.
The Cutty Sark clipper ship dates back to the middle of the 19th century and it is one of the few tea clippers that has survived the trial of time. Even after being demolished twice, this ship has regained its existence and has been turned into a historic museum.
The Cutty Sark Greenwich museum is maintained by the famous Royal Museums Greenwich, an organization dedicated to preserving the essence of London’s rich history. You can also visit the National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House or the Royal Observatory along with your Cutty Sark tour and have a wholesome action-packed day in Greenwich.
The name of the Ship was borrowed from the famous poem called Tam O’Shanter by Robert Burns. This refers to a short nightdress worn by the primary character of the poem, a young and attractive witch named Nannie. This character also contributes to the design of the ship’s figurehead.
This ship is almost as big as 32,000 square feet while the mainmast is 153 meters high. Clearly, the ship had strong carrying ability in its time! If you want to know more about such trivia about the Cutty Sark, purchase the Cutty Sark tickets now and enjoy the free audiobook containing all mysterious information.
Did you know that the Cutty Sark held the record for the fastest journey from England to Australia for ten long years! When in London, don’t miss out on your symbolic ride on this very ship.
This ship has truly been a true survivor of war, storm, fire and many other unfortunate events. Yet to our surprise, the Cutty Sark Greenwich still holds 90% of its original construction of the hull.
As restrictions in England ease, we want to ensure that all their visitors, staff and volunteers still feel safe and comfortable when exploring their sites.
Many of their COVID-19 safety measures will remain in place, including enhanced cleaning, safe distancing and ticketed entry.
Entry & Sevices
The Cutty Sark ship tour is open daily from 10 AM to 5 PM. For more information on opening hours and days, keep a check on this page.
You will get access to the main deck and surrounding areas of the ship with our curated tickets.
If you take your child with you, check out the baby changing room information after you reach.
This place is usually suitable for people with disabilities. However, if you need any assistance with wheelchairs, contact the present staff of the facility.
Children must be registered with an adult.
There is a small cafe on the ground deck of the ship, called the Cutty Sark Cafe. You can stop there for a quick bite and a refreshing time after your journey.
Shop memorable tokens from the gift shop in the vicinity and surprise your friends and family.
Tickets Related Information
The Cutty Sark activity facility is open for tourists of all ages. You can suitable tickets for yourself and your family right at TicketsToDo.
All adults, senior citizens or people with disabilities must purchase the timed entry ticket to the ship in order to get admitted.
Please purchase a child ticket for children aged 4-15 years.
Young people aged 16 years-24 years can get student discounts with valid ID proof.
You can skip the line and get direct entry to this facility with our online tickets. Book your Cutty Sark tickets in advance and enjoy a hassle-free tour.
Please note that you will need separate tickets for the other activities offered by the Royal Museums Greenwich day pass.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic situations, the Cutty Sark authorities are strictly maintaining the necessary safety measures.
Please ensure wearing a mask at all times.
Kindly follow the mandatory thermal check-up at the entrance.
Don’t gather in large crowds and maintain social distancing throughout your visit.
Sanitise your hands frequently and avoid health risks.
Trains and Underground services to Greenwich
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. The DLR connects with other Underground lines at Bank, Tower Gateway and Stratford stations.
Bus services to Greenwich
The following buses stop near the National Maritime Museum and the Queen's House: 129, 177, 180, 188, 286, 386 and N1.
The following buses stop near Cutty Sark: 129, 177, 180, 188, 199 and 386.
The following buses stop near the Royal Observatory Greenwich and Peter Harrison Planetarium: 53, 54, 202 and 380.
Uber Boat by Thames Clippers
The fastest and most frequent river transport services, Uber Boat by Thames Clippers depart from all major London piers every 20 minutes. Your journey time is 45 minutes from London Eye Pier, 25 minutes from London Bridge Pier or 20 minutes from Tower Pier.
Cutty Sark is located in Greenwich.
This admission ticket will only provide you with access to the Cutty Sark. For other activity tickets, follow our websites.
Yes, this is a child-friendly place. For information on the child tickets, kindly refer to our ‘Know Before You Go’ section.
No. This ticket will only guarantee entry to the facility. You can carry your food or check out the cafe on the premises.
No, the audio guides are complimentary.
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