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Cutty Sark Pavilion

Museums Greenwich

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The Cutty Sark - the world's only remaining tea clipper - was badly damaged by fire – apparently caused by a vacuum cleaner overheating – in May 2007 and is closed for essential conservation work until early 2010, when it will be raised above visitors for the first time. A pavilion, set up in April 2007, explains the work being carried out and allows visitors to see it in action via a large observation window. One of the main problems facing the Cutty Sark is corrosion to the iron framework caused by sea salt. Visitors who make a donation will get a pinch of salt in return as a symbol of the salt they are helping to remove. A small souvenir shop is also on site.



Address: King William Walk
SE10 9HT
Transport: Rail: Cutty Sark DLR
Price: £5, concs £3.90, children £3.70, under-fives free, family ticket £12.50
Opening hours: Daily 10am-5pm, last adm 4.30pm
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