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Family home of the renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker
This Charles II house is an extraordinary example of a Kent country home. As you wander round the house, you will see the architectural influences of its most famous owner, architect Sir Herbert Baker.
Why not chat to our friendly room guides and look out for some of our favourite features such as the oval stained glass window, the electrical empire clock and the 17th-century plaster ceiling. To keep the chilodren entertained, don't forget to pick up the house trail.
In the garden, the area in front of the house has been opened up for passers by to enjoy, whilst the sunken garden is a sun trap. Extend your day by relaxing in our newly extended tea-room, or enjoy a picnic in the garden
Living history brings the house to life
Sunday 5 July & 27 September
Join us as characters from Owletts' past return to recreate some of the history of the house to try and give people a true flavour of life at Owletts.
During the renovations of Owletts we discovered rare and unique wall paper. Flocked and fashionable, what did we find and why was it so important to preserve?
Moving back home
Many of us are aware of how difficult it is when work is going on at home. It can be even more difficult when you are the custodians of a historic collection.
Take a look behind the scenes at some of the interesting objects that we care for at Owletts.