The Quebec House Cadbury Egg Hunt

A family on the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at a National Trust place

Bunny has left some tasty Cadbury chocolate prizes at Quebec House but you'll need to take on some challenges to get your hands on one.

Kids, it's time to put on your boots and explorer hats as Quebec House needs you to solve its Easter themed trail. Don't worry - Bunny will be on hand to help you on your way.

Explore every inch looking for eggs, solve the puzzles and make your way to the finish to collect your choccy award.

When?

Friday 14 - Monday 17 April, 11am-4pm

How much?

£2 per trail, normal admission applies

Can we see the house as well?

Of course; the house is open from 12noon-5pm. Entry to the house is by tour only 12-1pm, and opens free flow from 1pm.

The coach house with tea room and exhibition is also open from 11am-5pm.

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The Easter Bunny has been hiding his precious chocolates at our places again. Follow the clues to find his hidden stash.

Inside the drawing room at Quebec House, Kent

Things to see and do at Quebec House

Discover a taste of Georgian life at the family home of General James Wolfe, one of Britain's most famous military leaders. Uncover the reality of his notable campaign, the Battle of Quebec, as well as explore life in the 1730's when the General was a child here.

A volunteer playing the broadwood square piano at Quebec House, a National Trust property in Kent

Quebec House activities

With a variety of informal re-enactments we bring history to life at Quebec House. Enjoy an eighteenth century recital on our Broadwood piano, discover more about the Quebec campaign from a Georgian surveyor and get involved with our parlour games.

The kitchen at Quebec House, a National Trust property in Kent

Mrs Wolfe's eighteenth century recipes

Take your taste buds back to the eighteenth century with some of Mrs Wolfe's recipes. Our volunteers are on hand every Sunday from 28 Feb- 28 Oct 2018, 1-4pm, to help you sample our Georgian delights. Care for a lemon drop anyone?