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Cutty Sark, Greenwich, London

Cutty Sark
King William Walk
Greenwich
London

SE10 9HT | View map
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Cutty Sark was built in 1869 to be the fastest clipper in the annual race to bring the first of the season's crop of tea home to Britain. She is the world's sole surviving tea clipper, and since being opened to the public in 1957, has welcomed over 15 million visitors across her gangplank. On the Main Deck you can see the crew and officers' accommodation; the 'Tween Deck houses displays about her history, trade and life on board and the Lower Hold has a colourful collection of figureheads. New children's displays and hands-on activities. Group discounts and free guided tours available subject to availability.

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Months Open: All year (exc 24-26 Dec)
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: Adult: £3.90; Child: £2.90
Gift Shop: Yes

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