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Traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house

At the heart of this 687-hectare (1,700-acre) farmed estate lies Lower Brockhampton, a romantic timber-framed manor house dating back to the late 14th century.

The house is surrounded by a moat and is entered via a charming timber-framed gatehouse, built 1530-40.

There are miles of walks through the park and woodland, featuring ancient trees, the picturesque Lawn Pool and various sculptures depicting parts of the history of Brockhampton and the local area.

This is home to a rich variety of wildlife, along with historic farming breeds such as Hereford cattle and Ryeland sheep.

Explore the whole manor house

Do you like discovering new rooms? © Purple Wizard

Do you like discovering new rooms?

Daily from 19 July to 21 December

Experience the whole of the idyllic manor house at Lower Brockhampton. See six previously unseen rooms for the first time and discover 600 years of history through the eyes of its inhabitants.

Award winning strawberry jam

Award winning Brockhampton Estate strawberry jam © NTPL/James Dobson

Award winning Brockhampton Estate strawberry jam

We are delighted and very proud to announce that Les and Janet Rogers strawberry jam has won a Fine Farm Produce Award. Next time you visit us, pick up a jar from our Granary shop situated at Lower Brockhampton.

50 things to do before you're 11¾

Grab your 50 things scrap book, explore Brockhampton Estate and tick off some of your 50 things to do before you're 11¾ activities.

Farmers' market

Buy fresh and buy local  © NTPL/Penny Tweedie

Buy fresh and buy local

From 1 March and then every first Saturday of each month

True to its history and spirit, Brockhampton Estate is offering a monthly farmers’ market. All produce is sourced locally, so come along and join in a spot of healthy shopping.

Situated in the courtyard at Lower Brockhampton, it runs from 12 noon to 3pm every first Saturday of the month. Entrance is free for National Trust members, with a reduced rate for non-members.

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