Following the success of the Tall Ships Regatta 2014, the Royal Borough of Greenwich welcomes back a fleet of Tall Ships to the River Thames this Easter. Combine your visit to these beautiful ships with a visit to London's very own Tall Ship Cutty Sark, situated in the heart of Maritime Greenwich.
Find out more about evenings and Lates at Cutty Sark. From London's brightest comedians and theatrical Lates, to classical music, theatre and discos, there's something for everyone.
Discover what life was like on board the real Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her time - now an award-winning visitor attraction in Greenwich.
Treat yourself in the Even Keel café, and take away a memory of the ship.
MEMORY and crew 1958-59, Sailing Barge Preservation Society
Insurance claim MEMORY/ JOHN PERRING, undated, Sailing Barge Preservation Society
Memorial and Allegory to the memory of W. Hickes, merchant of Hamburgh, who gave a legacy to the Marine Society
The service was held on 18 May 1952.
Rozanne Hawksley's War and Memory exhibition at the Queen's House was held to commemorate the centenary of the beginning of the First World War.
The contribution of the Merchant Navy is remembered at Cutty Sark in a memorial by sculptor Maurice Lambert.