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Cutty Sark 150 challenge

2 April 2019
Cutty Sark, Sammy Ofer gallery

This special event is part of our year of celebration for Cutty Sark's 150th anniversary

Join us for a drink, 2-course meal and an interactive quiz style challenge. Our host for the evening is comedian and impressionist Jon Culshaw. Don't worry you don't need to be an expert on Cutty Sark to win our challenge.


We would love to have as many guests join us under the hull as possible so why not bring your friends?

Individual tickets:     £65 each

Table Discount:        £585 for a table of 10 (only available by calling the Membership office on 020 8312 6678)

In this anniversary year we are raising funds to protect and care for Cutty Sark, ensuring her legacy for future generations. All ticket income supports our fundraising campaign. 

If you would like to purchase a full table of 10 people you only pay for 9. Please note that bookings for less than 10 people will be seated together with other guests.

Your ticket price includes 

  • One free Hop Stuff beer (or a soft alternative), 
  • 2 course meal consisting of Goddards Pie and Mash and a dessert. 
  • Entrance to the quiz challenge with the opportunity to win plenty of fantastic prizes
  • A pay bar will be open throughout the evening.


Contact Us 

If you have any questions about this event or would like to purchase tickets on the phone please call on 020 8312 6678.

Beer generously provided by Hop Stuff, pies generously provided by Goddards at Greenwich, prizes donated by the Museum’s generous supporters. 

Commissioned on the 1st February 1869 and built to last only 30 years, this iconic record breaking clipper is the last of her kind. Royal Museums Greenwich are committed to securing Cutty Sark's future.