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The Historic Dockyard Chatham – Site Map & Coach Pick Up Points

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 How To Get To The Historic Dockyard Chatham

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By Road:

Directions:  If you are using Satellite Navigation, insert the postcode ME4 4TY and use your Satellite Navigation system in conjunction with the brown tourist signs to the entrance of The Historic Dockyard Chatham.

NB:  When referring to “brown tourist signs” in the text below, this refers to both brown anchor signs and brown signs with the words “The Historic Dockyard” on.

The quickest and easiest route to The Historic Dockyard by road is via the A2/M2 Junction 1 then follow the brown tourist signs and use the A289 (Wainscott Bypass) and the Medway Tunnel straight to our front door.

The site is signposted from Junctions 1, 3 and 4 of the M2. Follow the brown tourist signs.

From Junctions 1 and 4 of the M2:

Follow the A289 to the Medway Tunnel. At the tunnel follow signs to Chatham and the brown tourist signs to the Visitor Entrance and car park at the north end of the site.

From Junction 3 of the M2 and Junction 6 of the M20:

Follow the signs to Chatham, A229, then A230 and A231 and the brown tourist signs to the Visitor Entrance and car park at the north end of the site.  This route will take you through Chatham Town Centre and therefore may be busier.

 

Maps to Chatham

Google maps:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/The+Historic+Dockyard+Chatham/@51.3924738,0.5273833,18.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xa46203fb453f76e9!8m2!3d51.3922392!4d0.526978!6m1!1e1?hl=en-US

By Train

Chatham is easily accessible via regular train services departing from and arriving at  London Victoria (1 hour) and London Charing Cross (1 hour), and from St Pancras International (40 mins) via the new HS1 High Speed Service.  The Historic Dockyard is an approximate 20 minute walk from Chatham Station.  Please do not enter via Main Gate on Dock Road.

By Bus

A bus interchange can be found at Chatham Train Station and Bus Stop B is marked for buses to The Historic Dockyard and Chatham Maritime.
Arriva buses 101/190/191, The Dockside Outlet Shuttle and Amberlee University Service 2 provide frequent services from Chatham Station to Dock Road which runs alongside The Historic Dockyard.

Both Arriva and the Dockside Outlet Shuttle offer a hop-on, hop-off service allowing unlimited travel for one price.

Bus services may be limited at weekends and Bank Holidays.  Please check the timetable before travelling.  Other buses run to The Historic Dockyard Main Gate only and then on to Gillingham. Bus timetable information is available by ringing +44 (0) 871 200 2233.  Visitors can alight at one of three stops – each requires a further short walk.

By Taxi

A taxi from the station is around £6 but may be higher at certain times.  Please ask the driver to enter our site by following the brown tourist signs and entrance to The Historic Dockyard Chatham.

Taxi Service Nos:

CNC    01634 302010

Vokes 01634 222222

iCabs   01634 568568

 

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