All aboard the magnificent Cutty Sark

Meet the crew, explore the ship and indulge in afternoon tea at the Cutty Sark. As the world’s only surviving tea clipper, the Cutty Sark was built in 1896 and used to transport tea, wool and cargo around the world. Experience what it’s like onboard and walk underneath the gleaming copper hull, touch samples of cargo and discover how the crew lived, ate and slept. Listen to stories about the ship, take to the wheel and treat yourself to an afternoon tea. Don’t miss the chance to explore the famous Cutty Sark.

Cutty Sark Golden Bow

Plan Your Visit

If you’re visiting Cutty Sark, it might be a good idea to spend the day in Greenwich and see what other attractions you can fit in. Your tickets are valid for use within 30 days after you have redeemed them and you can use them before, after or on the same day as your bus tour.


King William Walk, London SE10 9HT

Nearest Bus Stop

Climb aboard the free Thames River Cruise to Greenwich if you have a 48 or 72 hour Original Tour ticket. Or, take the DLR from Tower Hill to Cutty Sark


Around 1 hour 30 minutes


Wheelchair access for 3 wheelchairs at a time

Opening Times

Daily from 10am-5pm

Redemption Information

Redeem your tickets for Cutty Sark with a member of staff at one of our manned bus stops, on board any bus with our driver, or at The Original Tour Visitor Centre by presenting your ID and eVoucher.

route map

Download Our Map!

Are you braving the waters or the road? Download our map and plan your route to Cutty Sark

Looking for hop-on hop-off tours?

Get your one day bus tour tickets here and benefit from added extras such as a free Thames river cruise.