When planning your visit, you will discover that there is something for all interests.
The Historic Dockyard Chatham offers a rich resource for overseas students hoping to discover more about our history and culture or merely to brush up on their language skills.
A complimentary ticket is available for you as the organiser to use in advance of your visit to familiarise yourself with The Dockyard.
Benefits for pre-booked groups:
A collection of questions to help your group find their way around our 80 acre site, testing their knowledge on the galleries and attractions they can visit during their day.
Please speak to our group sales department for more information.
Our ‘Age of Sail’ galleries have state of the art interactive displays with subtitles are available in French, Spanish, German and English.
We have information translated for each of our galleries in French, German, Spanish and Dutch
Pre-order our packed lunches in advance and take advantage of our indoor and outdoor picnic areas across the site.
A great selection of tempting hot meals, snack and refreshments. Groups can lunch independently or reserve space in the restaurant by pre-ordering in advance.
Offering a variety of hearty ‘doorstep’ sandwiches and hot Kentish pies, plus hot and cold drinks, cakes and ice cream.
Telephone: 01634 823815
Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust welcomes the news that museums and visitor attractions are able to reopen to visitors from 4 July.
We are actively planning to welcome visitors back to the Dockyard as soon as we are safely able to do so but this will be some time after 4 July.
We will make a further announcement to confirm the exact date as soon as we can.
In the meantime, much of Dockyard life has never stopped. Master Ropemakers has started operating again and we are taking forward bookings for filming, group travel and hospitality, including weddings. Call the Midwife Official Location Tours will resume shortly.
We would like to thank all our visitors for their understanding during this challenging period.
Last updated: 25 June 2020