What spooks you? Family trail

What spooks you? © NTPL/Paul Harris

What spooks you?

Saturday 25 October to Sunday 2 November, 11am to 4.30pm
Discover spooky secrets and ghostly goings-on as you explore Lower Brockhampton manor house and orchards. Wear your scariest Hallowe’en costume and see if you can you complete our trail. Take part in free craft activities in the Granary and make a creepy masterpiece.

£2 per trail (includes a prize). Normal admission charges apply.

Brockhampton Revealed

Come and fully explore the manor house at Lower Brockhampton © Steve Betts

Come and fully explore the manor house at Lower Brockhampton

Daily from 19 July 2014, 11am to 4.30pm

Up until now, only limited rooms of the idyllic manor house at Lower Brockhampton have been accessible to visitors. From the 19 July onwards we welcome you to come and explore the whole house and see previously unseen rooms open for the first time.

Through 600 years of existence, the house has been witness to many a change. Peel back the layers of history and discover more about key figures that have helped shape the building we see today.

Normal admission fees apply.

Geocache challenge

Can you find our hidden caches? © Alison Minshall

Can you find our hidden caches?

Available all year round, 10am to 4pm

A fun game for all the family, geocaching is suitable for novices and experts alike.

If you love the outdoors and have a sense of adventure, explore our estate and find hidden caches or treasures using a GPS device. We have GPS devices available to hire from our Visitor Reception (£5 charge). Don’t forget to bring some of your own caches to swap! 

Normal admission charges apply.

Farmers' markets

Pick up something unique and local  © NTPL/Penny Tweedie

Pick up something unique and local

From 1 March and then every first Saturday of each month

We’re celebrating our local producers with a monthly farmers’ market in the courtyard at Lower Brockhampton. Meet our tenant farmers as well as other local producers and crafts people.

Entrance for locals (WR6 and HR7 postcodes) and National Trust members is free. Otherwise, entry on the market day is at the estate price (adults £3.50, child £1.75, family £8.75).