The perfect day out
Season 10 may have come to an end so why not put yourself in the picture and explore where the real drama happens with a Call the Midwife experience?
If you’re a fan of the hit series, a trip to see where Call the Midwife is filmed should be top of your bucket list.
Walk in the footsteps of Nurse Trixie Franklin, Sister Julienne and Dr Turner and explore where the real drama happens. The walking tour is led by your very own costumed midwife. Along the tour you’ll recognise the cobbled streets and buildings of ‘Poplar’ plus iconic locations such as the Grosvenor Hotel and ‘Chummy’s Hill’, where Nurse Noakes famously learnt to ride her bike. With a picture book to help trigger your memories, you’ll see just how Neal Street Productions transform 400 year old Chatham dockyard into to East London. The tour culminates with our exclusive Call the Midwife exhibition containing set, props and costumes.
We also offer gift vouchers. Print the voucher in the comfort of your own home and simply ring our team when you have chosen a date (shown online) and we can book it over the phone. Click the button below.
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If your tour was postponed during our closure, please choose your preferred tour date and time and email us at email@example.com with your name and original booking reference. We will make the arrangements for you and confirm your booking via email.
For your safety, and in line with the latest COVID-19 government guidelines, things are a little bit different to normal and there are a few changes to how you’ll explore our 80-acre site and take part in our Call the Midwife Official Location Tours.
Please read our KNOW BEFORE YOU GO page for the latest information.
Simply select the month, date & time you wish to attend and the payment process begins. You will receive an email confirmation of your order – please bring this with you on the day of your visit.
The official tour has been overseen by Call the Midwife producers, Neal Street Productions. It features material from the latest series, as well as props, costumes and set, all guided by your personal costumed midwife. The tour lasts for 90 minutes.
This is a walking tour with some uneven surfaces, please ensure you wear comfortable foot wear. It is wheelchair friendly but please advise us in advance if you have any mobility issues and we will accommodate you the best we can.
Your ticket is valid for one day only. You are welcome to explore the rest of The Dockyard site on the date of your ticket (before or after your tour).
Why not add an extra treat to your afternoon? Our Cream Tea consists of: Fruit Scone, Strawberry Jam, Clotted Cream, Chocolate dipped Strawberry, Pot of tea/Coffee (including Italian coffees)/Hot Chocolate) with an optional small bottle of Prosecco.
Simply add this to your booking when selecting a date. Our Cream Tea is served in The Mess Deck restaurant. Please show your email confirmation receipt at checkout and take a seat ready to be served your delicious treat.
After your Call the Midwife Tour don’t forget to pop into the Ropery Shop to browse through the Call the Midwife merchandise. From branded tea, jam’s, fridge magnets to DVD’s and mugs – wonderful memorabilia from your day!
Seeing where my favourite series was filmed was a surreal experience. The tour guide was very knowledgeable about the series and the filming locations and told us of what she saw herself when it was being filmed at the Dockyard. It was great to see the locations where Poplar was created and an interesting insight to how the television program was made. As a huge fan of Call the Midwife, I loved it! It is a must see if you love the show, and the Dockyards are great to walk around on a sunny day.
By purchasing your Call the Midwife Official Location Tour, you will have access to The Historic Dockyard Chatham including its fantastic collection of Historic Warships and Galleries for the day of your visit. Your ticket to The Historic Dockyard Chatham is valid for the date of your tour only.
|Call the Midwife Tour||Price|
|Cream Tea & Prosecco||£13.15|
The perfect day out