Offering “80 acres of adventure”, Chatham Dockyard is an exciting day out for all the family. Explore the history of some of Britain’s finest warships, learn about the Industrial Revolution and try your hand at code-breaking with Mission Explore.
Chatham Dockyard is located in Chatham, Kent, just 35 miles from Central London. Its official address is Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust, 1st Floor North, Fitted Rigging House. Anchor Wharf, The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent ME4 4UY.
The South East Express Canterbury to Chatham route departs from Canterbury Bus Station (bay D5) and stops at both Chatham Waterfront Bus Station (stop C14) and Chatham Maritime. Chatham Dockyard is 13 minutes’ walk from Chatham Waterfront Bus Station or 11 minutes’ walk from Chatham Maritime.
We guarantee that our Canterbury to Chatham services will always be cheaper than off-peak rail tickets. Our drop-off points are also closer to the dockyard than Chatham rail station, helping you make the most of your day out.
We offer 1/3 off all Stagecoach services to those under 25, over 60, or in possession of a concessionary pass. Simply buy your ticket online at megabus.com or pay on-board. All of our routes take contactless payments, including Apple Pay and Google Pay.
When you travel with Stagecoach, you’ll have a comfortable, guaranteed seat with free WiFi. Keep your devices charged with USB ports and power sockets, and enjoy the comfort of air conditioning. We also offer accessible seating to disabled passengers when booked in advance.
From now until October 31st, see how Neal Street productions transform a 400-year-old site into a 1960s set. This walking tour features a costumed guide and a picture book to trigger your memories.
Britain’s best vintage festival is back this September, with costumes, singing, dancing and much more.
Taking place on selected Saturdays and Saturdays, Railway Weekends gives visitors a glimpse of the dockyard’s railway history, with real locomotives passing through the remaining 1-mile track.
Our Canterbury routes depart in and terminate from Chatham Waterfront Bus Station (stop C14) or Chatham Maritime.
On average, the Canterbury to Chatham route takes 1 hour 9 minutes. 15 coaches operate on Mondays to Fridays, and 14 on weekends.
Yes, our Canterbury to Chatham routes are direct. There is no need to change.
The first coach from Canterbury Bus Station (bay D5) departs at 04:55.
The last coach from Canterbury Bus Station departs at 21:05.
If you have a question, either about Stagecoach or our South East Express service in particular, you're likely to find the answer over on our FAQs page. However, if you can't find what you need our friendly team are always on hand to help - feel free to contact the Stagecoach team if you need assistance prior, during or after your journey.