Essential information for visiting the historic ship in Greenwich
Cutty Sark’s deck is being conserved. While this takes place the Poop Deck will not be accessible, although visitors can still see the ship's wheel on temporary display in the Dry Dock. Find out more about what's happening
You must have a timed entry ticket to visit Cutty Sark. We recommend booking online in advance to avoid disappointment.
Pre-booked tickets ensure that visits are spread out throughout the day, and that sites don’t exceed their capacity. There is no limit to the time you can spend on board once you're here.
To make the most of your day out, buy a Royal Museums Greenwich Day Pass and get access to both Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Members can enjoy free and fast-track access to all our sites, and take advantage of exclusive discounts at attractions such as the Cutty Sark Rig Climb Experience. However we strongly recommend Members book ahead for limited capacity events.
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The Cutty Sark Café is located on the lower ground deck of the ship underneath the gleaming copper hull. We serve deli combination sandwiches with classic British ingredients, cakes made fresh for you daily, cream teas, assorted snacks and children’s dishes, with many healthy options.
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Find the perfect museum gift, from books and prints to models, toys and games. Visit us on site or shop online.
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Find useful information about facilities at our museums including cloakrooms, baby change and accessibility, and information for visitors with disabilities coming to any of our sites.
Download a free map to help guide you round the historic buildings. Our guides are also available in different languages to help you make the most of your visit.
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We want to ensure that all visitors, staff and volunteers feel safe and comfortable when exploring our sites. Check our COVID-19 visitor guidelines and FAQs for the latest information, or contact us if you still have questions.
10am-5pm (last entry 4.15pm)
Showing events at Cutty Sark.
Study the Cutty Sark's career and cargoes, as the Last of the Tea Clippers, and learn how the ship has been restored and preserved.