Cutty Sark & Greenwich

Cutty Sark & Greenwich

The Cutty Sark is the most famous tea clipper built, and is the only to survive, (apart from the ‘City of Adelaide’ aka RNVR Carrick which is now in Australia) and is now in dry dock at Greenwich.

She was launched at Dumbarton, on the River Clyde in 1869 and her name comes from Robert Burns poem, Tam O’Shanter; Tam meets a group of witches, most of whom are ugly, but for Nannie, who is young & beautiful and is described as wearing only a “cutty sark”, i.e. a short chemise or shirt.  The ship’s figurehead is a representation of this witch.


Selsdon Park Hotel

Set in 200 acres of beautiful Surrey countryside, the Selsdon Park Hotel is an historic country mansion with an 18-hole golf course.  All of the bedrooms feature TV, iron & ironing board, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities.  The hotel offers a restaurant & bar,  Lift and some ground floor bedrooms may be available.

Tour Highlights

    • Admission to Cutty Sark
    • Maritime Greenwich
    • Entrance to Hampton Court Palace
    • Attractive Town of Richmond-upon-Thames

Excursions Include:

  • We enjoy a visit to the Cutty Sark.  Experience what life was like on board a true survivor of the seas.  Following this visit there will be free time to explore maritime Greenwich.
  • We head to Hampton Court Palace for our included visit.  Highlights include: Great Hall, England’s last and greatest medieval hall, The Chapel Royal – a beautiful chapel in continuous use for over 450 years, Chocolate Kitchens and the beautiful Gardens – internationally renowned for being amongst the most beautiful gardens in the world.  Following this visit we continue to Richmon-upon-Thames where we enjoy some free time.
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