For families

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Walk 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.

Family recommended

We're delighted Primary Times readers awarded Killerton the 'best family visit for a heritage attraction' for the second year in a row. Any ideas on how we can keep on improving our offer? Let us know.

Don't miss

  • Push open the heavy door and discover our historic chapel
  • Play on our giant swings, slack lines and build dens in the parkland
  • Find the bears hut tucked away in the garden
  • Catch a falling leaf, climb a tree and and tick off more 50 things
  • Find our giant redwood trees
  • Explore our ancient orchards
  • Warm up with a hot chocolate in the Stables Cafe

Cycling fun

Killerton to Broadclyst cycle track

Try the new cycle tracks at Killerton © Paul Harris

This family friendly cycle route takes you to the local village of Broadclyst, past Clyston Mill, countryside and farmland.

Killerton park cycle route

Enjoy time as a family and explore the great outdoors © D Levenson

This 5K route takes you around the parkland through forest and countryside. There are some hilly and muddy bits on the route and takes you on a circular tour starting at the stable block.

Discovery centre

Our discovery centre is open between 11am-4pm for families during the school holidays. Stop by and enjoy arts and crafts, pick up a walking trail Killerton's grounds and learn about Killerton during the war.