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One day is not enough to explore

Six Great British Walks to discover

Pick up one, two or all six new walks leaflets.

Pick up one, two or all six new walks leaflets.

Saturday 19 September to Friday 23 October

As part of Great British Walks, we've got six walks for you to try this autumn as well as special guided strolls. Discover great views, ancient trees, curious quarries and plants from across the globe. Whether you're here for a gentle dog walk or a hike with adventurous kids, we've got something for you. Pick up a new walks leaflet from Visitor Reception to explore a new part of the estate.

Killerton cider and apple festival

Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October

Our orchard is full of festival spirit. stalls are scattered between  apple trees. Live music entertains you while you to try all sorts of tasty local produce.

We won four Fine Farm Produce Awards

Our four awards in the orchard.

Our four awards in the orchard.

Killerton fought off stiff competition to take home four prestigious awards in this year's Fine Farm Produce Awards. We won awards for our sparkling cider, charcoal, firewood logs, and Clyston Mill stone ground flour. Two estate tenant farmers, Ashclyst Dairy and Burrow Farm, also won awards. The Awards recognise the quality and sustainability of the food, drink and produce grown on National Trust land and farms. 

Killerton to Broadclyst cycle trail

Explore Killerton on two wheels © Malcolm Jarvis

Killerton is a great location for a family cycle ride. You can use our offroad trail to Broadclyst and cycle in the parkland.

Killerton is dog friendly

Bring your dogs here for a lovel walk  © John Millar

There's lots of space for dog walking at Killerton. We provide dog bins and have made some of our new parkland walks dog friendly. You can even bring your dog on the weekly parkrun

Nature conservation

Killerton's countryside is home to a rich and diverse population of wildlife, including birds of prey, roe deer, early purple orchid, native bluebells and thirty species of butterflies.

Volunteer outdoors

Volunteers help make Killerton’s award-winning cider

Join our rangers every Wednesday from 9am to get stuck into seasonal work to help take care of Killerton's vast estate for wildlife, conservation and future generations.
Email our rangers to find out more.

Countryside events

You can find out more about Killerton's landscape, wildlife and history, or you can get active in the outdoors with your family at one of our countryside events.