Things to see & do

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Killerton cider and apple festival

On Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October, months of apple picking across all our orchards climaxes in a two day family festival for National Apple Day with music, award winning food and our own cider.

Autumn colour

Autumn sets the countryside ablaze with colour as the leaves burn bright. Wrap up and enjoy a walk in gardens and parkland before cosying up next the to log burner in the cafe.

Hidden gems

Budlake Post Office, which served Killerton until the 1950s

Open Saturday - Wednesday, 1-5pm

Get off the beaten track and find Killerton's smaller properties. Explore the Old Post Office, Medieval hall house and working watermill that grinds flour for Killerton's restaurant and café.

Autumn eating

Tuck into delicious seasonal food sourced on and local to the Killerton estate. Pop into the Stables cafe and warm up with a steaming bowl of homemade soup or enjoy a hearty served lunch in the Killerton Kitchen restaurant. 

Christmas 2015

Step into the world of Narnia at Killerton

Open daily from Saturday 21 November, 11am-4pm

Step into the magical world of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe with sparkling displays around the house. Wrap up warm and explore the outdoor family trail to see willow reindeer under twinkling lights. See our festive events.

Normal admission fees apply.

Walks for little legs

Take a stroll around the park and gardens on this buggy and toddler friendly walk. See the views, spot the Bear’s Hut and enjoy the sights of the ever changing seasons. 

Take a look at the 2015 fashion exhibition

Discover the 2015 exhibition at Killerton

Discover the 2015 exhibition at Killerton

Open daily

See our brand new fashion exhibition for 2015: 'The F-word: the changing language of fashion'.

Bring your dog

We are dog friendly and the parkland is a wonderful place to exercise your four-legged friends. There are some areas grazed by livestock where we ask that dogs are kept on a lead.