Badly damaged by a fire in 2007, Cutty Sark reopened after a £25 million restoration in April 2012. The world’s last surviving tea-clipper, the ship is a maritime treasure and monument to those who died in the merchant service. During her active years, the clipper visited every major port in the world, carrying cargoes that ranged from fine tea to gunpowder, buffalo horn and whiskey. Most tea-clippers that sailed the China Seas in the 19th century lasted only a few years, and by the mid-1920s Cutty Sark was the only one still afloat. Now raised three metres above her dry dock, visitors can walk beneath the elegant hull that made Cutty Sark the fastest ship of her day.
Tel: 020 8312 6608
Entry Charges: Admission: Child £6.50, Adult £9.50-£12
Cutty Sark runs Toddler Time sessions every Wednesday during term time so bring your potential mariners to sing, play and hear tales of the high seas. Under 4 year old. Sessions last from 10-11.30 am.B£10.00d◄ 2
- 2 x Adult: £5.00 each
- 0 x Child: Free
- 0 x OAP: Free