Call the Midwife guided tours at the Historic Dockyard Chatham!


Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) riding a bike with boys looking at her

Call the Midwife © BBC Neal Street

Popular BBC drama Call the Midwife has filmed at the Historic Dockyard Chatham for the past two series, as well as the 2012 Christmas Special and the Dockyard is now offering group tours for fans of the show to explore the areas used in the much loved TV series. 

An instant hit, the drama is set in 1950’s East London and tells the story of newly qualified midwife Jenny Lee played by Jessica Raine (The Woman in Black, Robin Hood). She joins a group of familiar faces, including Jenny Agutter, (The Alan Clark Diaries, Burke and Hare),  Pam Ferris (The Darling Buds of May, Little Dorrit), Miranda Hart (Miranda) and Vanessa Redgrave (Nip/Tuck, The Whistleblower) as her mature self.

So if you are a Call The Midwife fan, don’t miss out on your chance to discover where the series shot at the Historic Dockyard Chatham.


Guided Tour Only with entrance to The Dockyard and access to all galleries and attractions

Adults £11.50

Concessions £10.00

Children £8.50

£50 for the tour per guide – 25 people per guide

Tour lasts 1 ½ hours long

Guided Tour and Afternoon Tea plus entrance and admission to the galleries and attraction to explore at own leisure

£28.00 per person.

Tour lasts 1 ½ hours long

1 hour for the tea

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The second series of Call the Midwife is currently being shown on BBC1 on Sunday nights.

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