Originally based on the series of booked written by Jennifer Worth, the award winning TV adaptation of Call the Midwife has attracted fans worldwide since it first aired in 2012. Whilst the Nonnatus House interiors are filmed at a closed studio set in Surrey, many of the exterior scenes and other sites are filmed at Chatham Dockyard in Kent.
Watched by more than 10 million viewers and now up to its fifth series the Historic Dockyard Chatham in Kent has been used to represent the impoverished parts of the East End of London in the 1950’s and 1960’s.
As you walk around the dockyard you will recognise the streets and buildings that have been used to portray the area around Poplar Dock where many memorable scenes involving its stars including Miranda Hart and Jenny Agutter have taken place.
The Call the Midwife Tour of Locations is a gentle paced walking tour led by your very own ‘midwife’. Your ‘midwife’ will share with you fascinating anecdotes about the filming of the show, behind the scenes facts and set the scene by providing a background to Chatham Dockyard itself.
A variety of other locations around The Dockyard have also appeared in the BBC One production as well as countless other movies and TV shows.
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). Children under 5 can go for FREE.
Please note that this tour is wheelchair friendly. Customer Reviews
Saturday at 1pm (5 Mar, 2 Apr, 28 May, 2 Jul, 6 Aug 2016)
Private Tours available – see bottom of page.
1 ½ hours
Adult (16 years+): £21 Child (5 – 15 years): £16
Infant (0 – 4 years): FREE
Professional Guide, Full Entry to Chatham Dockyard (Value: £19.00)
Available late Jan – late Nov only).
1-5 persons: £234 (Group price NOT per person)
6+ persons: Contact us for a quote
Day tour from London of locations featured in ITVs popular period drama including sites in Downton village and the home of the Crawley family at Downton Abbey.