Built in 1869, Cutty Sark is one of the most important ships in the world and is renowned for her beauty. Originally devised to transport tea from China to Britain, she spent almost 100 years sailing, visiting most of the major ports across the globe. Now moored in the charming London neighbourhood of Greenwich, she sits in a beautiful glass ‘sea’ beside the River Thames. During your visit you can delve into the adventures of the Cutty Sark and her crew in an immersive experience that brings her fascinating history to life. Follow in the footsteps of those who sailed her, explore interactive displays that evoke the sights, smells and sounds of life at sea, enjoy sweeping views of the Thames, and walk right underneath the ships gleaming hull to touch a piece of world history. Once you have finished your visit here, why not visit one of the areas other top attractions? The Cutty Sark may be Greenwich’s crown jewel but there are still plenty of other things to do. The most notable include the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the National Maritime Museum and the Emirates Air Line cable car.