The Cutty Sark is to re-open to the public next month, five years after it was damaged in a fire during renovation work.
The ship is the last surviving tea clipper and the fastest of her time and provides an iconic link to the lost days of commercial sailing ships.
A spokesperson said visitors would enjoy “a new and immersive experience” including on-board displays and exhibits which celebrate the ship’s 140-year history, including the cargoes she carried.
The vessel has been raised three metres above her dry dock to create a viewing space allowing visitors a unique view of her hull. Reports say the space will also be available to hire for private events.
Cutty Sark re-opens on 26 April 2012, tickets will cost £12 for adults and £6.50 for children aged between 5 and 15. Family and concession tickets will also be available.
For more information visit cuttysark.org.uk