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Digital Resources

... access to online resources with The Historic Dockyard Chatham

We have developed a selection of digital learning resources to enable you to access a wide range of material from Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust collections and archive. We will share further resources as more of our archive is digitised,

Digital Resource Timelines

Each of the following timelines, based on a theme or period of history, will give you access to images, video and audio files held by Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust and associated heritage institutions.

Since the closure of the Dockyard in 1984, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust has built up a physical collection of material. We are now in a position to digitise elements of our collection to help tell the story of this amazing place.

The Royal Dockyard Chatham

The Royal Dockyard Chatham. The Growth of the Dockyard 1618-1984 and Beyond.

The Raid on Medway

This timeline shows the events leading up to and during the Dutch Raid on the River Medway in June 1667.

Women in the Dockyard

Coming soon

Second World War Resources

VE Day

Resources charting the lead up to and celebration of VE Day.

Take Cover! Air Raids

Resources covering why people needed to ‘Take Cover’ during the Second World War.

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The Historic Dockyard Chatham is now open to visitors.

For your safety, and in line with the latest government guidelines, things will be different from your last visit and there will be a few changes to how you’ll explore our 80-acre site. Please take a moment to read our ‘KNOW BEFORE YOU GO‘ information.

If you have any queries that are not answered on this page, please contact us via info@chdt.org.uk 

If you are trying to contact us via telephone, we are experiencing a high volume of calls and we ask for your patience during this time.