Quebec House

Important notice -

In honour of Canada Day on Monday 1 July, when three colonies were united to become Canada in 1867, Quebec House will be open.

Childhood home of General James Wolfe, victor of the Battle of Quebec (1759)

Westerham to Chartwell trail marker

Westerham to Chartwell Walk 

After visiting Quebec House why not continue delving into history by walking over to Chartwell, family home of Sir Winston Churchill. Follow our step-by-step guide from the green in Westerham across fields and through woodland and end up on the doorstep of one of our greatest Prime Ministers.

Upcoming events

Mrs Wolfe's Recipes

Sun 23 Jun 2019
Join us as we recreate some of Mrs Wolfe's eighteenth century recipes such as lemon drops, King or Queen cakes or macaroons. Tastings available.

Canada Day

Mon 01 Jul 2019
Help us celebrate Canada Day with storytelling, come and try Mrs Wolfes recipes.

With map and musket

Sat 06 Jul 2019
Bring history to life with an historic re-enactment.

Winter opening at Quebec House

Sat 09 Nov 2019
As the winter nights draw in warm up by our open fire in the drawing room, and enjoy Hunt the Slipper house trail.

A Georgian Christmas at Quebec House

Sat 30 Nov 2019
Come and see the house decorated with greenery as it would have been in the Georgian era. Join in the Georgian fun and play Hunt the Slipper around the house.
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Eating and shopping

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

Treats and Gifts 

The coach house is the location of our tea-room, shop and second hand books. Built in the eighteenth century, this two storey building was originally the coaching house that served Quebec House.

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

General Wolfe and Quebec 

The house's history is very varied since it was built in the 1500s, but most notably was the childhood home to General Wolfe - the house being renamed by the epic battle of Quebec in his honour.

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Our work

General James Wolfe as painted by Benjamin West; a painting on display at Quebec House in Kent

West's Portraits At Quebec House

Quebec House in Kent has recently purchased, with the help of The Art Fund, two Georgian paintings connected to General Wolfe and his childhood home. Both portraits are the work of Benjamin West, a founder member of the Royal Academy, and depict military hero James Wolfe and his lifelong friend George Warde.

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Get involved

Help Look After Our Special Place

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The back garden at Quebec House, a National Trust property in Kent

Bring Your Group To Quebec House

Explore the childhood Georgian home of General James Wolfe with your group and enjoy a series of benefits, such as discounted entry and private tours. What are you waiting for? Start planning your visit to us today.

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Quebec House on the National Trust Collections website