Spring Days Out At Chartwell House

Updated: Apr 13

Hello Spring!


With a lot of places reopening on the 12th of April many new adventures await us all.


Today we visit a heritage site!


Chartwell House

is one of our favourite places to go seasonally & Kent, the garden of England is becoming one of our top spots when it comes to discovering new adventures.

Chartwell House is located in Kent & belonged to Sir Winston Churchill and was his family home from 1924 until his death.


We first visited Chartwell House in January shortly after another national lockdown after Christmas period.



National Trust, English Heritage & a few other stately homes being opened we took full advantage & had some incredible walks around some of these grounds.


Chartwell House is truly a beautiful estate, especially now in the spring!


Honestly, I can’t wait to visit again in the summer & the autumn!


With seasonal events being hosted there is never a dull moment!


Current Event: Easter Adventures In Nature

With 5,000 eggs ordered for our little darlings to take part on trails. The eggs are running out so, go and get yours as soon as possible!


Price:

£3.00 for a pre packed Easter adventure in nature bag.


So, what should you expect upon arrival! Read on..


What:

Chartwell House


Where:

Kent


Price:

Adult: £10.00

Over 5: £5.00


Open:

10:00am - 17:30pm


House Reopens:

17th May - Please check the website


Current Events: Easter Adventures In Nature


When: Friday 2nd April - 18th April


Time: 09:00 - 17:30PM


What To Expect:

- Free car park (Members only)

- Cafe on site

- Picnic area

- Information & ticket office

- Toilets

- Shop

- Swings

- Baby changing facilities

- Mobility bus

- Self led family fun

- Self led estate walks


Estimated Time On Estate:

2 - 4 hours


Address:

Mapleton Road, Westerham, Kent, TN16 1PS


Telephone:

01732868381


Email: chartwell@nationaltrust.org.uk



Things To Do In Westerham:

- Emmetts Garden

- Hever Castle

- Godstone Farm

- Swanley Park


If you liked this blog, why not have a read at some of our other adventures.

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