Things to see & do


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What's on?

The events at Bradley are all finished for the year, but there are lots of events happening at nearby places.


There's plenty to keep children entertained, from roaming the garden to hunting for the medieval cat hole in the house.

Don't miss

  • The great fireplace built of three slabs of Dartmoor granite
  • The roof carvings in the chapel
  • A surviving part of the Tudor Royal Arms in the hall
  • The 15th-century cat hole
  • The photo album filled with interesting pictures in the Great Hall
  • The two Burne-Jones drawings upstairs in the bedroom
Pupils from Bradley Barton Primary School with thier art book © National Trust

Pupils from Bradley Barton Primary School with thier art book

Photo art project

This year pupils from Bradley Barton Primary School visited Bradley for a special photo shoot of unusual and inspirational architectural features of the medieval manor house's exterior. The children learnt about camera angles, close ups and panoramic views amongst other skills, under the expert guidance of professional artist Kate Green. Their work has now been transformed into a commemorative art book of digitally enhanced images and words.