Chatham is famous for its former dockyard where HMS Victory was built.
Chatham PlusBus tickets are valid within the Chatham,
Gillingham, Rochester and Strood urban area.
Chatham is pronounced 'Chat-um'.
A Georgian fortress built to protect the dockyard. Guided Tunnel Tours of the tunnels.
Parkland. Café. Historical re-enactments (see website for dates).
Open Parkland Daily, see website for times and Tunnel Tours.
The large 80 acre Historic Dockyard covers over 400 years of maritime history. The many attractions include
historic warships, lifeboats, a ¼ mile long ropery, museum of the royal dockyard and the 'Wooden Walls'
recreation of the 18th century dockyard. Restaurant, teashop and picnic areas.
Open Feb-Nov, Daily 1000-1800 (1600 Feb-Mar & Nov).
Bus 1/2 from Rail Station Stop B to 'St George's Centre' stop at the far end of Dock Road, 13 minutes journey, M-S every 10 minutes, Sun every 20 minutes. Chatham PlusBus tickets are valid for this journey. Operated by Arriva.
The Historic Dockyard's pedestrian exit is 1 mile from Chatham Rail Station.
The history of British military engineering in peace and war from 1066 to the present day.
Exhibits include engineering tanks and a Harrier jump jet.
Open TWThFSSu & BH 1000-1700.
Bus 101 from Rail Station Stop B to Brompton 'King Charles Hotel', 9 minutes journey, M-S every 12 minutes, Sun & BH every 20 minutes. Chatham PlusBus tickets are valid for this journey. Operated by Arriva.
The Museum is 1 mile from Gillingham station.