Around Toys Hill
Emmetts Garden is an Edwardian estate located at Ide Hill.
Chartwell House – former home of Sir Winston Churchill.
Westerham – Ham is Old English for a village or homestead, and so Westerham means a westerly homestead.
Quebec House – the childhood home of General James Wolfe and is full of family and military memorabilia.
Squerryes Court – the site has been inhabited for at least 800 years. The previous house, dating from medieval times, was torn down in 1681.
Hever Castle – the oldest part of the castle dates to 1270 and consisted of the gatehouse and a walled bailey.
Knole House – the house includes world-renowned Stuart furniture, important paintings and the prototype of the famous Knole settee. Knole is set at the heart of the only remaining medieval deer park in Kent (sika and fallow deer roam freely).
Lullingstone Roman Villa – discovered in 1939, although there has been knowledge of Roman occupation since the turn of the 18th century.
Penshurst Place – set in the rural Weald of Kent surrounded by picturesque countryside and ancient parkland, Penshurst Place and Gardens has changed little over the centuries.
Shoreham Aircraft Museum – houses hundreds of aviation relics excavated by the group over many years from crashed British and German aircraft, as well as items which have been kindly donated.