Things to see & do

Make the most of your visit to Quebec House

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What's on?

Quebec House has a host of demonstrations we like to run on repeat. This is because they are just so popular like making Mrs Wolfe's 18th century homemade recipes and our Broadwood piano recitals. Fancy getting up close and personal with history? We run historical re-enactment events throughout the year too.

Touch it, feel it, live it

Visit the Bicentenary Room to look at James Wolfe’s travelling canteen

Visit the Bicentenary Room to look at James Wolfe’s travelling canteen

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.

Georgian kitchen

Looking across our Georgian kitchen © National Trust

Looking across our Georgian kitchen

Our Georgian kitchen allows us to recreate some of the food General Wolfe would have eaten as a boy, including lemon drops and potato pudding.

Why not download one of our recipes and try them at home?

Georgian kitchen

In the fireplace of our Georgian kitchen © National Trust

In the fireplace of our Georgian kitchen

Our Georgian kitchen allows us to recreate some of the food General Wolfe would have eaten as a boy, including lemon drops and potato pudding.

Why not download one of our recipes and try them at home?

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