Get tickets for Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory with our Greenwich day explorer pass. Greenwich is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and this ticket gives you access to two of its most
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Get tickets for Cutty Sark and the Royal Observatory with our Greenwich day explorer pass. Greenwich is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and this ticket gives you access to two of its most famous sites. Stand at the spot where east meets west at the Royal Observatory and climb aboard Cutty Sark to imagine life as a sailor.
Cutty Sark was one of the fastest ships of its time, built 150 years ago. It’s also the world sole surviving tea clipper. This British merchant ship travelled to sixteen different countries and became the dominant ship in bringing wool from Australia to England.
Today, visitors can walk along the decks of the ship and get a feel for what life was like for sailors onboard. You’ll find lots of interactive exhibitions that make it a really fun day out for the family, and especially for kids!
Touch the original structures of the ship built in 1869
Enjoy a film about Cutty Sark’s successes and challenges over 150 years
Interactive exhibits where you can touch and smell different samples of the ship’s cargo
Discover how the crew lived, ate and slept
Take the helm at the wheel and imagine being the captain of the ship
Get impressive views of the ships hull
Follow the free explorer trail for families
Royal Observatory Greenwich
Learn how the Prime Meridian at Greenwich became the centre of world time! The Royal Observatory is the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and you’ll get to stand on the Prime Meridian of the World, the line that divides the eastern and western hemispheres of the earth.
The Royal Observatory sits atop a hill in Greenwich Park, with sweeping views towards London. Sir Christopher Wren oversaw the design of the building, and the observatory has played a historic role in the history of astronomy.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich, the centre of world time!
Your Royal Observatory Greenwich ticket includes:
Stand on the historic Meridian Line
Visit the Harrison Clocks where you’ll learn about John Harrison’s epic race to solve the Longitude problem and see the world-famous Harrison clocks.
Enter Flamsteed House where the Astronomers Royal lived and worked. This includes entrance to the Octagon Room which was designed by Sir Christopher Wren
Enjoy the view with the Camera Obscura with a unique moving panorama of London’s iconic buildings
See the telescope that determined the exact location of the Prime Meridian in the Airy Transit Circle Room
Admire the Great Equatorial Telescope, which is one of the largest telescopes of its kind in the world
See the historic time ball and learn how this historic time telling device was used