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May Half Term: Unfolding Operation Overlord Trail

Join us on the on the 80th anniversary of D-Day

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event (admission applies)

Learn more about the events of D-day with a free family trail around the Chartwell Gardens. As you follow the trail, decipher Morse code, learn about the types of RAF planes flown on D-Day, and the secret code British soldiers used to identify themselves.

This trail is free.

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Prices

Event ticket prices

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

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The basics

Suitability

Children welcome

Meeting point

This trail takes place in the garden. Please ask at Visitor Reception for more details.

What to bring and wear

This trail takes place outdoors. Please dress suitably for cold or wet weather.

Accessibility

Hillside location with steps, unsuitable for mobility scooters. Blue Badge parking and drop-off available. Accessible toilets. Wheelchair accessible virtual house tour. Wheelchair available on first floor of house.

Contact info

Central Box Office

Upcoming events

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Chartwell Highlight Tours: Clementine Churchill 

Join one of our expert volunteer guides on an intimate tour of select rooms in the house at Chartwell, focusing on Clementine Churchill.

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on
22 Apr to 26 Apr 2024
at
16:10 to 17:00
+ 4 other dates or times
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Quiet Session at Chartwell 

Visit the house at 11am for a quieter and calmer experience.

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on
23 Apr to 10 Oct 2024
at
10:00 to 10:10
+ 11 other dates or times
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Chartwell Highlight Tours: Churchill the Artist 

Join one of our expert volunteer guides on an intimate tour of select rooms in the house at Chartwell, focusing on Sir Winston Churchill's love of painting.

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on
29 Apr to 28 Jun 2024
at
16:10 to 17:00
+ 28 other dates or times
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Big Westerham Walk 

Chartwell is taking part in Beating the Bounds 2024; an annual community event that invites you to walk all or some of the parish boundary – just to check it’s still there!

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on
6 May 2024
at
11:00 to 16:30