Guided tour

Chatham Historic Dockyard: Call the Midwife Tour

Activity provider:Brit Movie Tours
Guided tour

Chatham Historic Dockyard: Call the Midwife Tour

Activity provider:Brit Movie Tours
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From US$ 44.48 per person

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Follow in the footsteps of your favorite characters from the BBC period drama Call the Midwife on a walking tour of Chatham Historic Dockyard led by your very own midwife!

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Duration 1.5 hours
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Wheelchair accessible


  • See the slums and warehouses from the hit period drama Call the Midwife
  • Hear anecdotes and behind-the-scenes stories about the filming
  • Learn how Chatham Dockyard has been used for many other films and TV shows
  • Explore the historic dockyard by yourself before or after the tour at no extra cost
  • Look at props and costumes from the show
Full description
Discover film location sites from the award-winning TV adaptation of Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth. Join a guided walking tour of the Chatham Historic Dockyard, led by a costumed guide to bring the world of a midwife to life! Get a sneak peak behind the scenes as you hear fascinating anecdotes about the filming of the show. Designed to represent the impoverished East End of London in the 1950s and 60s, the dockyards also have a fascinating history of their own. Walk along streets that were used to represent the slums of Poplar Dock, and walk in the footsteps of some of Miranda Hart and Jenny Agutter's most memorable scenes. Enjoy full access to Chatham Historic Dockyard throughout the day, and discover other memorable exhibits, including historic warships and an old Victorian rope factory.
  • Professional guide
  • Entry to Chatham Historic Dockyard
  • Optional gratuities

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Meeting point

Meet at The Historic Dockyard, Church Lane, Chatham ME4 4TE. Your tour includes access to The Historic Dockyard and you can arrive anytime during opening hours (10:00 AM to 6:00 PM). Parking is free of charge all day. Staff at the visitors entrance in the car park will give you a map of the site and information on where to meet your guide. Please arrive at least 20 minutes in advance.

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Important information

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  • Children under 5 years old are free of charge
  • This tour is wheelchair friendly
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4.6 /5

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The tour was really good and informative, our “midwife” Irene was very knowledgeable and explained about the filming, various scenes and events along the way so that fans of the programme could relate to it. The exhibition was good but a bit small and the gifts were also disappointing. We had a lovely sunny day so it made it easier to walk around and enjoy some other areas of the site. I would recommend it to CTM fans as they will relate to it as I did.

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October 29, 2021

If you love the TV show you will really enjoy this tour. I went with my mum who's in a wheelchair and we both thoroughly enjoyed it. Our tour guide Laura was excellent. She really gave good background to the show and painted the scene for us. You would just see an old building but once she has explained what it was used as in the show, and she had a good book which showed the actual scene, you can just picture it. There's also a gallery especially for this tour. I would definitely recommend it.

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October 17, 2021

Great tour, our tour guide Therese was really informative about the location and some of the tricks used in filming. The building of Nonnatus House is not on the site but some areas have been set up like the film set and there was lots more to explore. The location is great, nice cafe and souvenirs available. I was on holiday from Australia and found public transport from London easy... train to North Greenwich then a bus from that station. So glad I took the tour.

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October 13, 2019

Product ID: 69560