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Bloggers

For The Historic Dockyard Chatham

We’ve been lucky enough to have quite a few bloggers come and visit us!

If you’re still deciding whether to make the trip to come and see us, or you want to find out what people got up to when they were here, have a little read!

 

Mum Muddling Through

Visited April 2017… 

“What I didn’t expect was to be blown over by everything else the Historic Dockyard is; what it has to offer and the frankly overwhelming historical presence of the place, and the stories that seep from every element of the site.”

Herne Hill Mum

Visited February 2017…

“We’ve been a fan of the Historic Dockyard in Chatham since our first visit last Summer, so we were thrilled when the team there invited us back to experience their half term activities.  On Sunday morning, we piled into the car and headed down to Kent – just an hour from our South London home…. “

the Pigeon Pair and me

Visited February 2017…

“I’m often surprised at how easy it is to get to attractions in places outside London. We live south of the Thames. Yesterday it took us only 45 minutes to drive to the Historic Dockyard at Chatham, where we’d been invited to join in with Doc Yard’s Secret Lab.”

Muddy Stilettos

Visited August 2016…

“If you’re not too familiar with it, the Dockyard in Chatham is a family attraction celebrating all the best of Britain’s maritime heritage. Or put it another way – three battleships, a one-time spy submarine and huge hangers full of boats. As far as my son was concerned we’d definitely saved the best summer trip til last.”

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