Quebec House

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

More about this place

Upcoming events

Mrs Wolfe's eighteenth century recipes

Sun 29 Oct 2017
13:00-16:00
Try out some homemade treats from the eighteenth century

Winter opening

Sat 04 Nov 2017
13:00-16:00
As the winter nights draw in warm up by our open fire in the drawing room, and see the rooms lit by candlelight.

With map and musket

Sat 11 Nov 2017
13:00-17:00
Bring history to life with an historic reenactment.

A Georgian Christmas at Quebec House

Sat 02 Dec 2017
13:00-16:00
Enjoy your Christmas at Quebec House, come and see the house decorated with greenery as it would have been in the Georgian era.
Quebec House

Eating and shopping

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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.

Quebec House

History

The bicentenary room at Quebec House, 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.

Quebec House

Groups

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.

Quebec House

Get involved

Help look after our special place

Quebec House

Art and collections

Our collections

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