Quebec House - National Trust

The Coach House at Quebec House, Westerham, Kent.

Childhood home of General James Wolfe.

* Unique collection of Georgian memorabilia
* Fascinating Battle of Quebec exhibition
* Gabled red brick 17th-century house

Venue Type:

Museum, Historic house or home

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

Adult £5.00, child £2.00, family £12.00.
*Including a voluntary donation of at least 10%; visitors can, however, choose to pay the the standard admission prices which are displayed at the property and at


  • National Trust

Collection details

Personalities, Weapons and War

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With map and musket

  • 12 September 2015 1-5pm
  • 10 October 2015 1-5pm
  • 7 November 2015 1-5pm

Join our eighteenth century surveyor as he explains how map makers played a key role in the Quebec campaign.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly


Normal admission charges apply.


Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days: Quebec House

  • 12 September 2015

Small but charming Quebec House was General James Wolfe's childhood home. It gives a glimpse into family life in the 1730s and you can now have a go at some of the pastimes Wolfe and his family would have enjoyed. In the exhibition you can relive the dramatic battle that won America but tragically ended in General Wolfe's death. You can also discover some of Mrs Wolfe's family recipes and her kitchen garden. Enjoy light refreshments in the delightful coach house.

Suitable for

  • Any age


Quebec House - National Trust
Quebec House
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