Bring your group to Quebec House
Step back in time as you visit the childhood home of General James Wolfe, Quebec House. We welcome all groups of 15 people or more and it couldn't be easier to organise. Please note that all groups must be booked in advance with our group booking team.
2018 group admission prices
We offer a discounted entry rate to groups. To qualify for it, groups must pre-book at least 2 weeks in advance, consist of a minimum of 15 people and pay in one transaction. Booked groups receive free admission for the group leader and coach driver. National Trust members receive free entry.
To make any enquiries or to make a provisional booking please email our group booking team on firstname.lastname@example.org. By using an email system, we can easily track your enquiry but if you would prefer to speak to a member of the team please call 01732 861142.
For a provisional booking we will need to know:
- group name
- group leader's name
- approximate group size
- date of visit
- arrival time
- contact details
Please note we are unable to accept groups on bank holidays or bank holiday weekends.
Coach parking is available in the main town car park (council run) 80 yards to the east of Quebec House. Free parking for the first three hours.
Private tour - Wolfe: life and legacy
On our open days, we offer two guided tours of the house to the public at 12noon and 12:30pm which operate on a first come first served basis upon arrival. For your groups comfort and enjoyment we recommend booking a private tour with us in the morning rather than joining one of these. From 1pm, the house is open on a free flow, self-guided basis.
This small but charming house was the childhood home of General James Wolfe. Join us to uncover what it might have been like for James to grow up in the early eighteenth century and explore the challenges Wolfe faced in his famous campaign to capture Quebec.
Cost: £3 per person, excluding admission
Availability: Wednesday - Sunday mornings at 11:00 (please check availability with the group booking team.)