Main Gate Road
The Historic Dockyard
How to get to A+E Lab
From London, the North and East Anglia (via M25 clockwise) and from the West and South-West (via M25 anticlockwise): Exit M25 at junction 2 signposted A2 Canterbury, where the A2 becomes the M2 at junction 1 leave the motorway and continue on the A2 signposted Gillingham. Follow the brown anchor signs for the Historic Dockyard and Chatham Maritime via the A289 and the Medway Tunnel. Take the first exit directly after emerging from the tunnel, turn right at the end of slip road, leading up Maritime Way towards Chatham. The campus entrance is the first exit at the next roundabout, signposted Pembroke and Universities at Medway.
From the South-East: Leave M2 at junction 4 signposted Gillingham. Follow the brown anchor signs for the Historic Dockyard and Chatham Maritime via the A278, A2 and A289. Take the last exit just before the Medway Tunnel, signposted Chatham and Historic Dockyard. At the end of the slip road, turn left up Maritime Way towards Chatham. The campus entrance is the first exit at the next roundabout, signposted Pembroke and Universities at Medway.
From London 29 minutes M25 Darenth Interchange to Chatham Dockyard
There is visitor parking at the Chatham Dockyard site.
Chatham station to Chatham Dockyard : Walk 26 minutes
Chatham is the most accessible station to the Dockyard and have regular services from Charing Cross, Waterloo East, London Bridge, Cannon Street, London Victoria, London St Pancras International, Ramsgate and Dover.
A high-speed service is available from London St Pancras to to Chatham which takes approx 36 minutes.
From Heathrow Airport, you can take underground (Piccadilly line) to King’s Cross then to take the train from St. Pancras International (cheaper option) or you can take Heathrow Express (more expensive than underground) to Paddington, then take underground to Victoria station or King’s Cross to take the train to Chatham.
From Gatwick Airport, take train to Victortia station, London Bridge (slightly longer journey) or King’s Cross then take train to Chatham.
We recommend to check on googlemap and also buy return ticket if you can at:
https://vokestaxis.co.uk/ 01634 222222
http://www.cnctaxis.co.uk/ 01634 302010