Things to see and do at Quebec House

The garden at Quebec House blanketed with snow
Wrap up for a visit to the charming garden at Quebec House blanketed in snow National Trust / John Rawlinson

Start your day by exploring our 1730's family home before wandering through the kitchen gardens. You might want to pop into our Coach House afterwards and treat yourself to tea and cake if you've worked up an appetite.

This season

As the nights draw in, visit Quebec House and warm up next to the lit fire in the drawing room. Open weekends in December it's the perfect place to take a step back in time as well as enjoy the brisk winter air in the garden and see the winter plants and trees.

Qubec House closes after Christmas but do come see us again when we open on Saturday 27 February 2016 and see the first sights of spring like our crocuses and snowdrops


Experience the intimacy of living at Quebec House. Explore the museum rooms and see our most treasured artefacts. Step back in time to a 1730s family home. Why not try out our 18th-century bed and have a go at some of the pastimes that the family might have enjoyed?


Enjoy our 18th-century garden, hidden away in the heart of Westerham. The garden is stocked with flowers and plants from the time and we've used Mrs Wolfe’s recipe book to fill our kitchen garden and herb border with the ingredients that Mrs Wolfe would have used to keep her family well-fed and healthy.

Coach House

Enjoy homemade cakes along with a selection of hot and cold drinks in our tea-room. Afterwards find an interesting read in our new second-hand bookshop. With books donated by our volunteers and visitors, all the money raised from the bookshop goes back into maintaining Quebec House.

Paths of glory

Learn about the battle which made General James Wolfe a household name, in our exhibition room. The exhibition brings alive the story of the Quebec campaign and is an unmissable part of your visit to Quebec House.

Touch it, feel it, live it

At Quebec House we like to let our visits really immerse themselves in the story and what better way than by getting hands on. Have a feel for the weapons we have in our handling collection in the Bicentenary room, tickle the ivories on our Broadwood piano, relax with a game of chess or cards, write a letter with a quill pen or even try General Wolfe's bed.