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11 February – 25 March 2017 10am – 4pm
26 March – 28 October 2017 10am – 6pm
29 October – 26 November 2017 10am – 4pm
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The Historic Dockyard Chatham is accessible by a wide variety of routes whether you are arriving by car, boat or public transport.

Arriving by Car & Coach

Follow the Anchor Signs from Junctions 1, 3 and 4 of the M2 and Junction 6 of the M20. If you are using a satellite navigation system insert the postcode ME4 4TY.

Arriving by Train

The Historic Dockyard is within walking distance (20-30mins) from Chatham railway station which is regularly served by high speed trains travelling towards and departing from London St Pancras as well as London Victoria and Charing Cross. The railway station features on many local bus routes.

Arriving by Bus

The Historic Dockyard is served by a number of local bus services currently operated by Arriva buses.
For up-to-date, more detailed information on local bus operation please visit Arriva buses at the following link.

Arriving by Boat

Visitors arriving by water are advised to berth at the nearby Chatham Maritime Marina, only a few minutes’ walk from The Historic Dockyard Chatham. The marina provides the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding area and welcomes frequent visitation from Holland only 80 miles away.

Rail Fares to Chatham

Booking direct through SouthEastern Trains

(High speed) St Pancras to Chatham from £8.70

(Mainline) Victoria to Chatham from £7.10

Fares are one way, web only and subject to availability. Click here for more info.

Map of Chatham Dockyard