Things to see & do
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Despite all the rain, the early spring flowers are starting to show. The snowdrops are coming out in all their glory, as are the brightly coloured crocuses in the garden. Take a stroll through the chapel grounds and you'll also find the purple cyclamen still in full bloom.
Things you can do when it rains
Play dress up
In the house you'll find a secret cupboard, and inside discover all sorts of things to try on.
Be brave and see the garden
Don't just get stuck inside, borrow an umbrella and take a stroll around the paved paths.
Sit and relax
Warm up with a nice cup of tea or coffee. While you're there, try the homemade cake.
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.
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.