The Chatham Dockyards are an excellent attraction with plenty to occupy at least half a day. From the RNLI collection of old lifeboats to the Victorian Ropery there is plenty to keep everyone interested. Whilst we were visiting there were several school parties who were kept engaged by very knowledgable guides. Things not to miss include a conducted tour of the submarine, HMS Ocelot and a rope making demonstration.
Only slight downside was the restaurant which seemed rather disorganised and unable to cope with was a relatively small number of visitors.
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