Cutty Sark

Visitor information

  • Location
  • Times and admission
  • Tickets and cost

View mapCutty Sark Clipper Ship
King William Walk
London SE10 9HT

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Access: Please note that wheelchair spaces for Cutty Sark are limited to three visitors at any one time.
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Opening hours: 10.00–17.00 daily, last admission 16.00.
Easter extended opening: from 5–21 April, Cutty Sark will stay open until 18.00 daily (last admission 17.00).

Tickets are available online, or by phoning +44 (0)20 8312 6608, or in person on the day. NB due to high demand tickets may not always be available on the day to those who have not purchased their ticket in advance. Please also see 'Tickets and cost' (link above).

Entry to the ship is now untimed. Please use the 'Buy tickets' button on this page, or telephone Bookings on +44 (0)20 8312 6608 (open 09.00-16.00 daily)

• Adult: £13.50  
• Children (15 and under): £7 (under-5s FREE)
• Concessions: £11.50*  
• Family (1 Adult, 2 children): £24.00  
• Family (2 Adults, 2 children):  £35.00  

You can save with a Combo Ticket, allowing entry to Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory on the same day.

*ES40 holders, Seniors age 60+, Students (ID needed)
All children must be accompanied by an adult
Prices include voluntary donation.

Contact Bookings as above to book tickets for pre-registered and school groups. You can also register on our Trade scheme as a group travel organiser. To view our schools programmes for next year or to find out about self-facilitated visits go to Learning.

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Following an ambitious six-year conservation project Cutty Sark reopened in April 2012.

The ship has been raised over three metres allowing visitors the unique and jaw-dropping experience of walking underneath a 19th-century sailing ship, the last surviving tea clipper and the fastest and greatest of her time.