The official tour of the Call the Midwife locations has proved to be such a success that more dates have now been added.
While much of the BBC’s hit period drama series is shot at the Longcross Film Studios in Surrey, many key scenes and exterior street shots are also filmed at the Historic Dockyard in Chatham, near London.
The tour opened in April and runs until 28 October this autumn.
The show’s official Facebook page has announced: “Our official Call the Midwife tour at Chatham Historic Dockyard is proving to be a real hit this year with our fans!
“So much so in fact, that today we are proud to announce that our friends at Chatham have added some extra tour times for the rest of the year on a Friday afternoon!
“From July, you’ll be able to tour our location on a Friday at 1pm, 2.30pm and 3pm 🙂 But do be careful – these dates are already selling fast!”
Overseen by the show’s producers, the tour features material from the latest season, as well as props, costumes, outdoor sets and even a costumed Midwife.
Tickets are priced £25 for adults and £21 for children. Tickets include access to The Historic Dockyard Chatham, including its fantastic collection of historic warships and galleries.
Season 7 is available to buy now on DVD.
The eighth season of Call the Midwife is filming now and will air in 2019.