Cutty Sark, London

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Cutty Sark, London - Address, Phone Number

Address: King William Walk Greenwich, London SE10 9HT, England

Phone: +44-2088584422

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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The most tea clipper built in the city of London is known as the Cutty Sark. This place is one of the famous tourist attractions for tourist. Cutty Sark is mainly the tea business destination for the city of London.

You can easily walk on the decks of the ships and experience the rich history and cargoes which are transported across the world.

Cutty Sark is said to be the fastest and greatest deck of its time which can be a fun filled all day family outing and other activities during your visit to London.

One of the unique destinations in London, Cutty Sark is a place that can easily cut for a nice fun day outing. But, for that, one would require Cutty Sark Tickets for entrance. The Tickets for Cutty Sark can be bought from the counter there. Since the place sees a lot of visitors, it is better to Buy Tickets for Cutty Sark beforehand to avoid the crowd. The Cutty Sark Ticket Prices are cheap which makes it a great place to visit with family. There are parking services as well, which can be availed with a little Cutty Sark Ticket Costs.

Cutty Sark Information

  • Due to high demand tickets may not always be available on the day to those who have not purchased in advance through online.
  • Wheelchair spaces limited to 3 visitors at a time.
  • Parking facility available.

Cutty Sark Ticket Prices

  • Adult : £12, Concessions £9.50
  • Child : £6.50 (aged 5 to 15)
  • Family tickets : £20 (one adult and two children), £29 (two adults and up to two children)

How To reach Cutty Sark by Public Transport

  • Greenwich market station

Restaurants Near Cutty Sark

  • Old Brewery
  • The Gipsy Moth
  • Spanish Galleon

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  • We really enjoyed our one night stay. Our puppy Spud was made very welcome (poor Buddy the bulldog put up with her playfulness). It was nice to find such a lovely place to stay that we could bring our dog. The staff and owners were all very welcoming. The room was clean, well equipped and we had a lovely view of the harbour. Breakfast was delicious and fresh. Just what we needed after a night of birthday celebrations! We will return and would recommend.

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  • My wife and I found our visit to the Cutty Sark one of the most interesting and well put together attractions that we visited. It would appeal to all age groups with plenty of information available on various boards through out the ship as well as some great interactive displays for the young (and not so young) to enjoy. We thought the entry fee was reasonable considering you could stay all day if you wanted. There is also plenty to see and do in the immediate area as well. We walked through the Greenwich foot tunnel as well as took a river cruise down to the Thames Barriers and back. Close to the beautiful Greenwich park too.

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  • Nice day exploring this clipper with some nice displays on board to explain it's history. Better when there's something on,when I was there there was a group singing shanties! Can be pricey but it's worth a explore for about an hour and half. Take in the maritime museum too!

  • This is must see for all visitors to the UK and should also be seen by the British public too! Its a beautiful masterpiece and is fully restored and can be seen from the outside and inside too. Highly recommended.

  • Wonderful museum and breathtaking setting (check out the below the hull architecture). Inside and on the ship's decks they have done a marvellous job of creating a sense of life on board and the fascinating history of the ship. Kids and adults of all ages would be equally entertained. Cafe is under the hull, and if it wasn't for the view, would be pretty ordinary.

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