Edenbridge has two railway lines with separate stations, the distance between the stations is ¾ mile.
A 14th century farmhouse containg a social history museum of the Edenbridge area.
Open WThFS 1400-1630.
The home of Sir Winston Churchill. The rooms and gardens remain much as they
were when he lived there. Many of his paintings can be seen in the garden studio.
Tel. 01732 868381.
Open Mar-Oct, Daily 1000-1700, House from 1130 by timed ticket.
Bus Southdown PSV 236 from High Street (Post Office) to Mapleton Road, then ½ mile walk to Chartwell. M-F every 2-3 hours, 12 minutes journey.
Also, Wednesday only bus 238 from High Street (Post Office) all the way to Chartwell, one trip, 25 minutes journey. Buses to Chartwell also operate from Bromley, Hayes, Oxted and Sevenoaks.
A special page shows the best routes London to Chartwell.
The childhood home of General James Wolfe. Exhibition on General Wolfe's victory at Quebec.
Refreshments. Tel. 01306 888793.
Open Information Centre Daily 1000-1700 (closes 1600 Nov-Mar or dusk if earlier).
Bus Southdown PSV 236 from High Street (Post Office) to Westerham Green. M-F every 2-3 hours, 15 minutes journey. Buses to Westerham also operate from Bromley, Hayes, Oxted and Sevenoaks.