Cutty Sark

Built-in 1869 in a Scottish shipyard, Cutty Sark was recognised as the pinnacle of sailing ship design, and it was used to transport new tea crop from China to Victorian Britain. This may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but maritime enthusiasts can tour the ship to get an idea of what life was like on a 19th-century voyage, as well as discover 150 years of the ship’s history. You can also experience afternoon tea underneath the ship and taste a selection of sips just like the ones Cutty Sark travelled thousands of miles to transport back in the day.

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King William Walk
London SE10 England GB
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