Quebec House, Quebec Square, Westerham, Kent, TN16 1TD

Small but charming Quebec House was General James Wolfe's childhood home. It gives a glimpse into family life in the 1730s and you can have a go at some of the pastimes Wolfe and his family would have enjoyed. Spotter trail for children in the house. Activity trail bag available in the coach house.

Opening Times

  • Saturday 13 September: Garden & exhibition 1100-1700; House tours 1200-1300; House (freeflow) 1300-1700

Access

Accessible toilet with baby changing facilities on ground floor of the house. Building has a level entrance. The Ground floor has small steps. Wide main staircase with polished steps to First floor. Grounds is made up of loose gravel paths, partly accessible. Braille guide available.

Additional information

Max 12 people per tour/session. The house is open by guided tour, 1200-1300 (limited spaces, booking on arrival). The house is open for free-flow visits from 1300.

Directions

Please note there is no National Trust car park. The main town car park (council run) is a 5 minute walk away.

Website

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/quebec-house/

Date last modified: 18th June 2014 at 10:31

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