Here at The Historic Dockyard Chatham, we are delighted to have one of the UK’s leading Universities study right here on our 80 acre historic site!
Students can get free admission to the Historic Dockyard and discounted admission for up to five guests when you present your Kent ID.
To keep up with all the latest news and information on this campus, please see all the information below.
If there is anything we have missed or you need to find out more, email us at: email@example.com
Students and staff will need a University of Kent parking permit to park here on site.
University staff and students are allocated a certain number of parking spaces here which is in line with the University’s lease arrangements.
To ensure the number of Kent vehicles at the Historic Dockyard remains within this allocation, a permit system has been introduced.
These permits will be available to students via the Medway parking ballot.
Kent students and staff receive a 10% discount in the Wagon Shop and Mess Deck restaurants (excluding alcohol).
Please present your valid Kent ID upon purchasing
We provided a wide selection of EP rewards in 2015-2016, which included work experience placements in Archives and Collections, Education and Learning, Marketing, Event Planning and Theatrical Activities.
To read about what the students got up to visit the Uni’s employability points page
Take a look at The Dockyard's blog page for the latest news & info!
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