If museums provide a glimpse into the past, then “living museums” are a window into the lives of our ancestors. The Royal Naval Dockyard at Chatham once occupied 400 acres and employed 10,000 skilled craftsmen along the banks of the River Medway in Kent. This is the county of my ancestors flowing back from my … Continue reading The best outdoors museum in England?
The historic dockyard at Chatham in Kent has been making rope for almost 400 years and is still working today! You can read more of our visit here Chatham Dockyard You can’t get more twisted than this! Twisted
Visit England’s most historic Naval dockyard from the time of Henry VIII, see a working ropery, climb inside three warships from different era .... continue with us on our Tour of England.
A review of how our Tour of England began and what’s coming next as we hit a The South Coast of England.