Interesting & enjoyable family visit. Youngsters enjoyed the interactive activities. Reasonably priced on a family ticket. Superb restoration of the ship since the fire a few years back.
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The Cutty Sark is a legendary tea clipper and was one of the fastest ships of her time! She was built in 1869 to carry tea back from China! This fabulous museum provides insight into what life was like on board and the epic journeys...More
Enjoyed the varied and simple ways the info was conveyed. Brilliant and clever and good value. So much knowledge packed into the space.
If you've made your way out to Greenwich (which to me is well worth a visit - if the weather is decent, it's a great day out) don't miss the chance to visit the last surviving tea clipper. Beautifully built and restored, the Cutty Sark...More
We really enjoyed our experience on the Cutty Sark, it was very interesting and we learnt so much about it and there was plenty of information to read all about it. We were 4 adults and we all enjoyed it, was a nice family outing,...More
We spent about 30 minutes in total here . The hull surrounded by glass and the hull practically empty of displays. Too expensive to enter for what was a great experience. Quite boring and uninspiring. Not worth the money.
Absolutely loved this site! Going inside the famous ship and inspecting its structure was fascinating. Climbing onto the several levels showed how the crew lived. Well-done displays about the tea trade, clipper ships, and all of the cargo they moved as well as information about...More
A must see when visiting London? No. Worth paying for with young children? Yes. Adults only? Probably not. Using the London Pass prior to re-boarding the Thames City Cruise? Absolutely. Pretty much a fun time waster after enjoying lunch in Greenwich and waiting for City...More
Amazing to think that this ship has been available for people to view and tour round from the late 1950's and still provides and excellent opportunity to learn about these fast commercial vessels. We were lucky to be accompanied by my brother in law, who...More
Fabulous ship, loads to do for kids or the kid in you. Well laid out, fascinating stories and simply a beautiful beautiful ship. Sadly we got stuck in the lift, for which the staff worked valiantly to free us. But no one was at the...More