Commissioner's House, The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent

Commissioner's House, The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Kent ME4 4TZ

Commissioner's House is a Grade I Listed Scheduled Monument built in 1703-4 as the residency for the Commissioner of Royal Dockyard at Chatham. The house is built on the foundations of an earlier Commissioner's House dating back to the 17th Century and has undergone a number of changes both internally and externally through it's gardens representing the different Commissioner's of the Dockyard up until the sites formal closure in 1984.

Opening Arrangements

Commissioner's House is accessible for those who wish to hire the space for hospitality purposes including weddings, celebrations, business meetings etc. The Historic Dockyard does arrange wider public access tours at different points and details of these can be found on our website when available. The gardens to Commissioner's House are open to visitors from February to November and entry is included within the wider admission to The Historic Dockyard Chatham.

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