Date(s) - 24/10/2020 - 27/10/2020
11:00 - 17:00

Whitehall Historic House


About Whitehall Historic House

With a timber structure originally built around 1500, Whitehall Historic House is a Grade II* listed building set in the village of Cheam.

Following the recently completed National Lottery Heritage Fund refurbishment, and building on its 500-year history, we are delighted to once again invite visitors back to Whitehall to rediscover this incredible site for FREE. This Grade II* listed property is an impressive feature at the heart of the picturesque village of Cheam. From the permanent displays about the history of Whitehall, Cheam and the surrounding area, and of course the 500-year-old building itself inside, to the distinct white weatherboarding, projecting upper storey, and the sloping porch outside, Whitehall Historic House stands out as something special.

“What’s in the Whitehall Witch’s Cauldron?” Treasure Hunt.

Saturday 24th October, Thursday 29th October & Saturday 31st October

The Whitehall Witch has misplaced all of the ingredients that she needs for a petrifying new potion and she needs your help to find them! Follow the devilishly tricky clues to track down all of the gruesome ingredients as you explore this magical 500-year-old house.

Don’t let your little ghosts and ghouls miss out, pre-booking is essential.

Suitable for 4 – 10 year olds.

1x Treasure Hunt Activity Pack is included in the cost of the ticket. If you would like extra activity packs they may be purchased for £1.


Tickets: £1. Buy now. 



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