Important notice -

We're sorry to report that Killerton is closed due to high winds and severe weather. The garden, house and stable block (including the shop, cafe and visitor reception) are not open.

Glorious landscape garden surrounded by parkland, fine 18th-century house with renowned historical fashion collection


Things to see and do


What's on 


Eating and shopping



A view of the house from the garden at Killerton, Devon

Discover the past 

When the house reopens on 13 February, step inside the warm and welcoming family home with a colourful history. You can see family photographs dating from the 19th century, listen to the country-house organ that is still played today and explore the latest fashion exhibition.


Get involved



Children outside making lanterns with a forest school teacher

A special place for schools 

We offer an award-winning education programme of facilitated and self-led sessions that encourage pupils to be active learners with enquiring minds.


Our work

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Bringing Killerton Park to Life 

The National Trust has launched an exciting conservation project to restore historic parkland at the Killerton Estate in Devon. Find out what's happening and when.

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Our Work 

Forestry, conservation, kids activities, cooking, cleaning - there's lots going on at Killerton.



Butterfly in Ashclyst Forest, Killerton

Conservation at Killerton 

Discover Killerton's wildlife and the conservation work happening on the estate.

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The Dartmoor ponies are back 

Killerton welcomes back old friends this winter as ten Dartmoor ponies return to the Clump. It's no holiday, these ponies are here to work. Their grazing and tramping will keep down scrub and help to protect the Iron Age hill fort.