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Chartwell, Westerham, Kent

Chartwell
Mapleton Road
Westerham
Kent

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Visit Chartwell to see where Britain's famous wartime Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, lived for over 40 years.The house remains as it was in Churchill's lifetime, offering an insight into both his domestic and political life.

The lovely gardens command unrivalled views over the Weald of Kent and contain a lake, water garden, golden orfe ponds, rose gardens and Sir Winston's famous brick walls and black swans.

Others can enjoy the countryside walks around Chartwell throughout the year. Art enthusiasts will enjoy seeing Sir Winston's paintings as well as his magnificent studio.

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Months Open: 25 March - 29 Oct, Wed - Sun, 11 - 5 (last admission 4.15)
Also BH Mondays & Tuesdays in July & Aug
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Must pre-book
Car Parking: Yes
Conference Facilities: Yes
Admission Price: House & Garden: Adults 10, Children 5
Garden & Studio: Adults 5, Children 2.50
National Trust Members: Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant

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