Cutty Sark

Coronavirus closure

Visitor notice: All Royal Museums Greenwich sites are currently closed to visitors, but you can still join us for online events and search our digital collectionsFind out more

Visit Cutty Sark, the celebrated historic sailing ship and fastest of its time. Now an award-winning visitor attraction in Greenwich, London.

3 steps to a safe visit

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Check our new opening times

We are introducing new opening times at Cutty Sark and other Royal Museums Greenwich sites. Check the latest information before your visit.

Opening times

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Book in advance

Your safety is our first priority. To help us ensure social distancing and make sure you have the space you need to explore our sites safely, all visitors, including Members, are now required to pre-book their tickets in advance.

Book now

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An image of the Prime Meridian with an icon reminding visitors to keep their distance

Keep your distance

We are maintaining the highest hygiene standards and will provide clear guidance on how we can all keep a safe distance from each other. Our staff will be ready to help answer any question you might have.

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Tickets and opening times

Tickets & prices
Adult £15 | Child £7.50
Wed-Sun (daily during holidays)
Weekdays 10.30am-4pm | Weekends 10am-4pm
Plan your visit
Safety information

This month's highlights

Experience a taste of life as a seafaring Victorian and explore one of the most famous ships ever built

Certificate of Excellence Winner

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence logo

Winner of UK inbound Individual Attraction of the Year 2017

 

A Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction

Make the most of your trip

Download our essential guide to the very best things to do and see at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich.

Cutty Sark guide

Sponsors and supporters

What our visitors say

Fantastic museum - very well laid out and surprises around every corner.
Stephen Worthington, Facebook
Very user-friendly and suitable for all ages. The inside displays were especially well documented and the interactive displays had children fascinated.
Ross Polson, Facebook