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The Queen's Cutty Sark reopening confirmed
IT has been an open secret for months, but it has now been officially announced The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh will reopen the Cutty Sark this month.
Lord Sterling, chairman of both Royal Museums Greenwich and the Cutty Sark Trust, said: "On June 25 1957 Her Majesty opened Cutty Sark to the public for the first time and we are delighted that The Queen and HRH Duke of Edinburgh, who has been president of the Cutty Sark Trust since 1951, will return to re-open the ship."
Members of the public who have not had a sneak preview following the ship's £25m conservation will get to visit from April 26.
Tickets for the Cutty Sark, now managed by Royal Museums Greenwich, are £12 for adults, £6.50 for children and £9.50 for concessions. Visit rmg.co.uk/cuttysark or call 020 8858 2698.
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