Call the Midwife Tour of Locations
Originally based on the series of booked written by Jennifer Worth, the TV adaptation of Call the Midwife has attracted fans worldwide. The award winning show is filmed in a closed studio in Surrey as well as on location with many of the exterior scenes and other sites being filmed at Chatham Dockyard in Kent.
The Call the Midwife Tour of Locations is a walking tour led by your very own ‘midwife’. It visits areas of Chatham Dockyard which have been used as locations for many memorable scenes for the popular BBC Drama ‘Call the Midwife’.
Since the first series the Historic Dockyard Chatham in Kent has been transformed into the impoverished 1950’s Poplar Dock where scenes involving its stars including Miranda Hart and Jenny Agutter are filmed.
A variety of other locations around The Dockyard have also appeared in the BBC One production and fans of the show have a chance to explore those areas familiar to more than 10 million viewers.
Purchasing a ticket for the Call the Midwife Locations Tour also means you will have full access to explore Chatham Dockyard (Normal entry price is £19.00).
Please note that this tour is wheelchair friendly. Customer Reviews
- Walk along the roads, pass slums and warehouses, where the midwives cycle to help the many mothers-to-be give birth
- Hear anecdotes and behind the scenes stories of the filming of the hit show
- See how the dockyard has been used in countless other TV and Film productions over the years
Saturday at 1pm (1 Aug 2015)
Saturday at 1pm (29 Aug 2015)
Private Tours by arrangement only (Late January to late November only)
1 ½ hours
Adult (16 years+): £21 Child (Under 16): £16
Professional Guide, Full Entry to Chatham Dockyard (Value: £19.00)
Cost will depend on the group size. Contact us for a quote