Quebec house national trust visit

Today we went to Quebec house with our National Trust cards. Situated in Westerham village, the home of General James Wolfe. It gives a glimpse into family life in the 1700’s and follows his story from childhood, his heroic capture of Quebec and also his demise at the age of 32.

Quebec house side elevation

Rear elevation

Coach house.

Replica uniform and rifle ( very heavy and must have been awkward to use and carry)

General Wolfe’s burial dressing gown

Part of the kitchen where samples of his mothers recipes can be tried. Needless to say I picked up copies of a fruit cake and seed biscuits to try out when I get home.

We are off back home tomorrow.

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