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Notice: Due to high winds the garden and parkland are currently closed but the house, restaurant and stable block are open. The Easter trail will be in the house and costs £2 +admission.There is no garden buggy today but it is running from admissions to the house subject to weather. You are welcome to call us ahead on 01392 881345 to check details before making the trip.
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 Devon countryside 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).
This year's fashion exhibition 'The F-word: The changing language of fashion' explores how revolutionary innovations in fabric, cut and fastenings have changed the shape of fashion for ever.
Enjoy a family day out and see the beautiful garden full of colour all year round - with rhododendrons, magnolias and rare trees surrounded by rolling Devon countryside.
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Open daily from 14 February
Explore revolutionary innovations in fabric, cut and fastenings which have changed the shape of fashion for ever. Featuring an exciting new design competition alongside skillfully made pieces from Killerton’s fashion collection.