Quebec House

Situated near the picturesque village green in Westerham, this redbrick house has 16th century origins as well as many fascinating features from later centuries. 

Small but charming, Quebec House was General 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. In the exhibition, re-live the dramatic battle to win Quebec that tragically ended in General Wolfe's death. In the house you can discover the whole story of General Wolfe's magnificent life and victory in the Quebec campaign. You are more than welcome to just pop in, browse our second hand books, sit in the delightful garden and enjoy some light refreshments.

 

 

Tickets available from this attraction

Saturday 6th April 2019

13.00-17.00

A Big Weekend ticket provides entry for two people to Quebec House, the eighteenth century childhood home of General Wolfe. Ticket includes entry to house, gardens and exhibition space.

50 Tickets 183 entries

Sunday 7th April 2019

13.00-17.00

A Big Weekend ticket provides entry for two people to Quebec House, the eighteenth century childhood home of General Wolfe. Ticket includes entry to house, gardens and exhibition space.

50 Tickets 203 entries

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Attraction Date
Opening Times
House: 1pm to 5pm, Coach House, exhibitions and gardens: 11pm to 5pm

Quebec Square
Westerham
Kent

TN16 1TD
Website
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Phone
01732 868381
Email
Standard ticket prices
Adult: £6.50, Child: £3.25, Family: £16.25
Nearest Station
Oxted, 5 miles
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