The Cutty Sark was a preserved tea and wool clipper built in 1869 which set the record for passage from Australia under sail

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Cutty Sark

  12 Reviews

 60 minute

$19

Journey back to the days of ocean exploration with a visit to the Cutty Sark tea clipper, celebrated...

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Thames Hop-On Hop-Off River Cruise

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    1 Day Pass

$23


 
 The best way to see London's sights and splendor is from the deck of a boat. With this...

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Cutty Sark and London Thames River Sightseeing Cruise

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 Flexible

$44

...oat at Greenwich Pier to visit the Cutty Sark — a famous 19th-century tea clipper once the fastest vessel in the world.

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Greenwich Highlights Half Day Tour

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 3.5 hour

$134

...ritish National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Royal Observatory, and the Cutty Sark, a newly restored antique clipper ship.

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Tour in Italian: Battello Panoramico e Greenwich

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 4 hour

$42

...itime attractions including the Cutty Sark ship, Painted Hall, Meridian Line, Queens House and National Maritime Museum.

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London: Thames Cruise and Cutty Sark Entrance Fee

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    1 day

$45

... hop-off Thames River cruise, and visit the Cutty Sark tea clipper in Greenwich. Hop on and off at 4 strategic piers, an...

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London: Royal Greenwich Private Full-Day Tour

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    1 day

$262

... English royals, such as Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, see the Cutty Sark tea clipper, wander around the market, and more.

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Madame Tussauds and Thames River Sightseeing Cruise

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    1 Day Pass

$66

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 Get your tickets now for two of London's most popular activities: Madame Tussauds and ...

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London: Boat Trip to Greenwich and Museum Entrance Fees

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 4 hour

$203

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... the day exploring the maritime attractions, including the Cutty Sark ship, Meridian Line, and National Maritime Museum.

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Private Photography Walking Tour in Greenwich

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 2 hours

$514

...ure the moment as you snap captivating scenes from the Cutty Sark clipper to olde-worlde pubs and shingle-clad beaches.

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Private Royal Greenwich London 4-Hour Tour

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 4 hour

$292

...uffeur driven vehicle will make you feel like an English Lord as you take in the Cutty Sark, Royal Observatory and more.

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The Cutty Sark, London

The Cutty Sark was a preserved tea and wool clipper built in 1869 which set the record for passage from Australia under sail.

The Cutty Sark was a preserved tea and wool clipper built in 1869 which set the record for passage from Australia under sail. Unfortunately it caught fire in 2007, but has been beautifully restored since.


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Sun

11:00

16:00

Mon

11:00

16:00

Tue

11:00

16:00

Wed

11:00

16:00

Thu

Closed

Fri

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Sat

Closed

About The Cutty Sark

 King William Walk

 +44 20 8858 34

 www.cuttysark.org.uk

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