Cutty Sark Greenwich Corporate Functions & Events
Entertain clients, host a gala dinner, or celebrate with your team at Cutty Sark Greenwich, one of the most unique event venues in London. Built in 1869, the Cutty Sark is a world-famous ship, known for its beauty and being the fastest ship of its time as it transported tea from China to Britain. Start your event early with a river cruise from Westminster, Embankment or Tower Hill before arriving at the Cutty Sark. This iconic ship is now permanently docked in the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site, famously suspended three metres above its dry berth to become the only place in the world where you can host an event under the hull of a ship.
Host a grand gala dinner or conference in this very spot as you and guests gaze in wonder up at the copper-clad hull and the city of London beams on through the glass canopy above. Consider the ‘Tween Deck for a smaller dinner surrounded by original teak planks and iron frames or the Master’s Saloon, a stunning space with original mahogany panelling for intimate dinners with just a few guests.
Above ground, the Weather Deck is a stunning space to host drinks and networking events; the ship’s three towering masts and overhead rigging create a unique backdrop to the River Thames and London skyline beyond. Work with your dedicated event manager and add an event enhancement to make your event even more thrilling – with bespoke tours, telescope viewings and more, all available.
Cutty Sark Greenwich Corporate Function & Event Highlights:
- Iconic ship
- Stunning location in the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Exclusive daytime hire available for conferences and events
- Choice of caterers
- Close to DLR and rail links
Spaces At This Venue
Under The Hull
Under the Hull is the Dry Berth, where the Cutty Sark is suspended three metres in the air to create an awe-inspiring feature in the middle of a large space. This is the biggest of the rooms and can host large dinners, galas, conferences, and dancing.Read More
The ‘Tween Deck is where the ship’s cargo used to be stored and is now a light and bright space that can host dinners, wedding ceremonies and drinks receptions. Original teak flooring and iron frames add a sense of history to this room.Read More
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What a superb place. What a buzzing atmosphere in the bows of The Cutty Sark, it holds 100 people in one theatre & 300 in the other. The bar area is directly under the ship, just Wow ! Plus the staff are very friendly & helpful to.
Seriously, this venue really is unique – on the banks of the river with the masts rising to the sky and a copper plated hull under which to feast. As a Londoner its always such a magic moment to discover new places and especially wedding venues like this.
An excellent place [...] The ship is beautifully restored and presented.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Cutty Sark can host up to 450 guests for weddings and events. The Master’s Saloon is the smallest venue, holding up to just 12 guests for dinner.
Yes, Cutty Sark can host corporate events and functions, including conferences, presentations, and dinners.
Hotels near Cutty Sark Greenwich include:
- Admiral Hardy, London, with rooms starting from £87 per night
- De Vere Devonport House, with rooms starting from £92 per night
- InnKeeper’s Collection London, Greenwich, with rooms starting from £49 per night
There is parking available at Cutty Sark Gardens, which is free from 6:30pm – 8am.
Food at Cutty Sark comes from an approved list of external caterers, ranging from street food to fine dining, and bespoke options available. There are also several Kosher and Asian caterers to choose from.
Yes, however for fire evacuation purposes, Cutty Sark Greenwich can accommodate a maximum of three wheelchair users.