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  • Address: Church Lane, Chatham, Kent ME4 4TE, England
  • Hours: Daily 10am-4pm (winter) or 6pm (summer)
  • Admission: Adult £24, Child £14

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Historic Dockyard Tours

Fans of British TV will probably recognize Chatham's Historic Dockyard from shows like Mr Selfridge, Sherlock Holmes and Call the Midwife, and the vast naval complex is equally impressive both on and off screen. The 80-acre site is now an award-winning maritime attraction, including museums, restored vessels and exhibitions, and offers a fascinating 
insight into British naval history.

The star attractions of the dockyard are a series of three historic warships, the Victorian-era HMS Gannett, the WWII destroyer HMS Cavalier; and the cold war submarine HMS Cavalier, and visitors can get a glimpse into life at sea as they explore on-board. Additional highlights include the historic Ropery and Smithery; a collection of RNLI lifeboats; the aptly named BIG Space, which showcases the largest of the dockyard’s artifacts; and a series of exhibitions focusing on the dockyard’s history, its use by the Royal Navy and its role in WWII.

Practical Info

The Historic Dockyard is located on the east bank of the River Medway in central Chatham and is open daily from 10am to 4pm in winter or 6pm in summer. Adult admission is £24.

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Call the Midwife Location Tour in Chatham

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 4 Reviews

Guided 1.5 hour walking tour of exterior filming locations at the historic dockyard from the hit BBC show 'Call the Midwife'. This tour is led by your very own ...  Read more

Location: Chatham, United Kingdom
Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)

From USD $33.69

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