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Groups visits to Quebec House

Group of people in the Parlour at Quebec House in Westerham, Kent
Visitors in the Parlour at Quebec House in Westerham, Kent | © National Trust/Beth Walker

Groups of all ages will enjoy stepping back in time as they visit Quebec House in Westerham, Kent, a small but charming house that was the childhood home of General James Wolfe. Here you’ll find all the information you need to help you plan your group visit.

Booking your group visit

Quebec House is a great place to bring groups of all ages and your trip to this historic house couldn’t be easier to organise. We welcome parties of 15 or more Wednesday-Sunday from March until the end of October, excluding bank holiday weekends. Please note that all groups must be booked in advance by emailing or calling 01732 861142.

What we need to know

When making a booking we will ask you for:

  • The name of your group
  • The group leader’s name
  • How many people will be in the group
  • The date you wish to visit
  • Your arrival time

Confirming your booking

Once we have provisionally booked your visit, including an arrival time and house entry time, we will send you acknowledgement via email with a booking form attached. To confirm your booking please complete and return this form to us as soon as possible.


We ask that payment is made on arrival on the day of your planned visit in one transaction. Payment can be made in cash, by credit card or cheque. Alternatively, if you have a National Trust account, we will invoice you after your visit.

Who is eligible for free entry?

Registered tourist board guides (on production of a valid badge), coach drivers and tour leaders escorting groups of 15 or more. National Trust members also receive free entry, so it is at your discretion whether to refund the entrance fee to members if you have included it in your package – this is not refunded by the National Trust.

Members must bring their current membership cards with them to avoid paying the full group rate. If any of your group would like to join the National Trust please direct them to our Membership page or call 0344 800 1895.

View from the east lawn across the rear lawn to the Church (not National Trust) at Quebec House, Westerham, Kent
View from the east lawn across the rear lawn to the Church at Quebec House | © National Trust Images/Andrew Butler

Additional information for groups

Coach parking is available in Westerham’s Darent car park which is run by the local authority and is situated 100 yards east of Quebec House. Parking is free for the first three hours.

Schools or education groups can benefit from an Education Group Access Pass, which gives the whole group free admission and parking at most of the places in our care for a year.

Free familiarisation visits for group leaders

If you're planning a group visit you can request our free Travel Trade Pass and you and a friend or colleague will gain free entry to over 300 of our places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for 12 months. There’s nothing quite like seeing or experiencing somewhere for yourself to help you plan a successful visit. To receive your pass, call 0344 800 2329 or email us at

Rear lawn and north front at Quebec House, Westerham, Kent

Discover more at Quebec House

Find out when Quebec House is open, how to get here, the things to see and do and more.

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View from the east lawn across the rear lawn to the Church (not National Trust) at Quebec House, Westerham, Kent

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Set against the warm brick walls of the Georgian house, discover 18th-century influenced planting in this compact garden for all seasons, including roses, wisteria and herbs.

Death of Wolfe by George Roth Jr, 1784. At Quebec House, Westerham, Kent

The history of Quebec House 

Find out about the life of General James Wolfe, who led British forces to victory at the Battle of Quebec, from where this Georgian house takes its name.

A view inside the Drawing Room at Quebec House, Kent, which has dark wood panelling on the walls and patterned rugs on the floor. A comfortable chair and sofa are arranged in front of a fireplace and three oil portraits hang in gold frames on the wall above.

Things to see and do at Quebec House 

Explore this Georgian town house where General James Wolfe grew up. Discover information about his military life, including the Battle of Quebec after which the house is named.