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

Would you give away your family home for your political beliefs? Sir Richard Acland did just this with his estate. At 2,590 hectares (6,400 acres) it is one of the largest the National Trust has acquired (it includes 20 farms and 200-plus cottages).

Explore this year’s fashion exhibition ‘The Nature of Fashion' with intricately decorated pieces stitched, dyed and printed from natural fibres to catwalk fashion.

See the beautiful garden full of colour all year round - with rhododendrons, magnolias and rare trees surrounded by rolling Devon countryside.

Discover more about what there is to see and do

Countryside walks

In the heart of Devon, Killerton has a great choice of walks. From buggy-friendly paths, dog-walking routes in the woods and parkland strolls, there are routes to suit everybody. 

Fashion exhibition

Get inspired with our latest fashion exhibition, 'the nature of fashion'. Discover intricate pieces which have been stitched, dyed and printed, from natural fibres to catwalk fashion. Open daily from 11am.

Spring events

Get the most out of the coming season with one of Killerton's events. Enjoy snowdrop planting, Easter trails and a relaxing Mother's Day lunch. 

Spring in the garden

Take a stroll through Killerton garden and see the vibrant colours of spring. The pinks of magnolia, bright yellows of daffodils and  a striking variety of colours as the garden comes to life. 

Killerton parkrun

A free and family friendly 5K run every Saturday. Starting at 9am, join the 200 runners that take part every week. It's not a race, but a timed run organised by volunteers and open for everybody. 

Classic car day

Classic car day

Sunday 25 and Monday 26 May, 10.30am- 5pm.

Come and see the wonderful world of classic cars in our 10th anniversary display in the park. Listen to music and enjoy browsing hundreds of classic car displays.

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