From battleships and submarines to 400 years of history, there’s plenty going on at the Historic Dockyard Chatham.
Coming up at Easter will be an Easter Extravaganza from Saturday, April 6 to Saturday, April 20, where children can hunt for giant rope eggs and visit Doc.Yard’s Secret Lab for some fun activities.
From steam trains to a free funfair and food stalls to steam punks, the family favourite the Steam & Transport Festival is also back on Easter Sunday, April 21 and Easter Monday, April 22.
The 80 acre site is also home to the official tours of the BBC’s Call the Midwife, where you can see where filming takes place and look out for sites you’ve seen on screen for a one-off ticket price.
We’ve teamed up with the Historic Dockyard to give away five family tickets to the dockyard.
Normally costing £58 online or £66 at the door, they give the family access to the whole site with its fun activities, play areas and history, plus access to a gift shop and café – and they last for a whole year.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply sign up for our What’s On newsletter by Friday, March 29.
If you've not signed up already, you can do so below.
To find out more about the dockyard, visit thedockyard.co.uk
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One entry per person. One winner will be randomly selected
The closing date for entries is Friday, March 29.
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