Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark closure

Visitor notice: Cutty Sark will be closed on Sunday 1 March for the Vitality Big Half Marathon. The Park Row car park will also be closed to the public all weekend. On 29 February and 1 March access to the National Maritime Museum and Queen's House will be via the Romey Road or William Walk gates. Our other museum sites will be open as usual. Plan your visit

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

Top reasons to visit

Meet the crew of Cutty Sark

Meet the crew

Meet colourful characters from Cutty Sark’s past and discover stories of life on board the fastest ship of her day

Discover Cutty Sark's past

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Explore the ship

Using our complimentary audio guide, discover the history of the ship, take the helm at the ship’s wheel and walk beneath the original hull.

Climb aboard the ship

Image of afternoon tea on Cutty Sark

Treat yourself

Enjoy Afternoon Tea in unique surroundings beneath Cutty Sark’s copper-plated hull

Find out more


Tickets and opening times

Tickets & prices
Adult £13.50 | Child £6.75
Open daily from 10am - 5pm
Last entry 4.15pm
Getting here
King William Walk, Greenwich, London, SE10 9HT



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 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