The world's sole surviving tea clipper
- Guaranteed entry time
- Explore the ship
- Stand beneath the hull
Visitor notice: Please note, the Cutty Sark Café will be closed on 24 and 25 September. The rest of the ship is open as usual.
Come aboard Cutty Sark and discover how her crew lived, where they ate, slept - and even where they went to the loo.
Please note that due to new safety measures, some interactive exhibits will not be available. Find out more
Life on board Cutty Sark was run to a strict timetable - and with a strict hierarchy among the crew. Life as the captain could be relatively comfortable, but if you were one of the ship's Ordinary Seamen it might be another story.
Come aboard and see what day-to-day life was like. You can explore the captain's quarters and try out one of the bunk beds where the crew were expected to sleep. Discover the conditions under which food was prepared what they were given to eat every day. Also - just where was it that the crew went to the toilet? Ask one of our volunteers and find out.