Things to see & do

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What's in bloom?

The sun has got his hat on and colour is bursting in the garden. Come and look at the summer blossom, smell the scented magnolias and hear the buzz of the bees in the lavender. Enjoy the warm summer sun on the lush green lawn.

This Saturday

Killerton parkrun is a free family run every Saturday of the year at 9am. The 5K course is the same scenic route each week and marshalled by volunteers. There are no age restrictions and dogs on leads are welcome to run with us too.

Upcoming events

  • ’Objects of Desire’ fashion exhibition © M Jarvis

    Focus on Fashion: Indian Summer

    8 September 11.30am-1pm & 1.30-2.30pm

  • Fresh from the field © Staff National Trust/G.Meaden

    Farmers' and local produce market

    Saturday 20 September, 10.30am-2.30pm

  • Killerton cider and apple festival

    See our orchard festooned with bunting, stalls scattered between the apple trees and enjoy a hog ...

Walking your dog at Killerton

Dogs are very welcome and our countryside is a wonderful place to exercise your dog on and off the lead. Please keep in mind Killerton is a working farming estate with areas grazed by livestock.

Life after the great storm

The recent storms sadly claimed a whopping 500 trees on the Killerton estate.

However, the positive impact of not wasting a single splinter from the recovered timber is just as great.

Buggy and toddler walk

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 seasons.

What will you see?

Den building is one of the 50 things © Purple Wizard Photography

Den building is one of the 50 things

50 things to do before you’re 11¾

Looking for an outdoor adventure? There are plenty of dens to be built, trees to climb, hills to conquer and snail races to win at Killerton. Get a head start on your list of 50 things to do before you’re 11¾ to become a true outdoor explorer.

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