Attractions near Westerham
Quebec House (< 1 Mile)*
Those who enjoy British military history will particularly appreciate a trip to Quebec House in Kent. It was the birthplace of General James Wolfe who went on to defeat the French at Quebec in 1759.
Squerryes Court (< 1 Mile)*
Experience the warm welcome of this beautiful 17th Century manor house, still lived in by the descendants of John Warde who purchased Squerryes from the Earl of Jersey in 1731.
Chartwell (2 Miles)*
Visit the home of Sir Winston Churchill and gain an insight into the domestic life of Britain's famous wartime Prime Minister.
Emmetts Garden (2 Miles)*
This charming and informal garden at the highest point in Kent was laid out in the late 19th Century., with many exotic and rare trees and shrubs from across the world.
Knole Park (5 Miles)*
Knole Park is just the place to combine a round of golf with a historic and interesting National Trust property.
Crofton Roman Villa (7 Miles)*
The Crofton Roman Villa house was inhabited from about AD140 to 400 and was the centre of a farming estate of about 500 acres.
Bromley Museum (8 Miles)*
At Bromley Museum we will help you to uncover many interesting facts about Bromley's past as well as how people lived through the ages.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Westerham
Westerham (< 1 Mile)*
Westerham is on the western edge of Kent, and is an attractive place with restaurants, teashops and antique shops around its village green.
Brasted (1 Mile)*
Tatsfield (2 Miles)*
Biggin Hill (2 Miles)*
Biggin Hill became famous during the Battle of Britain in the summer of 1940, when Spitfire squadrons were stationed there. It was regarded as Britain's principal fighter station, and its ace pilots became national figures.
Cudham (2 Miles)*
Cudham is a small village on the North Downs, now part of Bromley on its boundary with Surrey. It has an old church of St. Peter and St. Paul with original parish registers going back to 1653.
Sundridge (2 Miles)*
Knockholt (3 Miles)*
Knockholt enjoys an airy situation on the crest of the North Downs. It is an old village, and over the years its focus has shifted from the original centre round the church to its offshoot Knockholt Pound a mile away.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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