a young boy in his dad's arms in the winter sun

Plan your visit to Brockhampton  

We want your day with us to run as smoothly as possible. Find out what facilities we have a Brockhampton and discover what there is to see and do before you visit.

Things to see and do at Brockhampton

Upcoming events

Orchard Elves Trail

Sat 07 Dec 2019
The elves have hunkered down for the winter, search the orchard for their homes. Complete the trail and win a prize.

The Brockhampton Carollers

Sun 22 Dec 2019
Join us for an afternoon of traditional carols and song in the great hall of the medieval manor house.

Wassail trail

Sat 15 Feb 2020
Come wassail the cold winter away and help the orchard and wildlife thrive this coming spring.

Cadburys Easter Egg Hunt-The tale of Jeremy Fisher

Mon 06 Apr 2020
Discover the nostalgic tale of Jeremy Fisher and friends within the orchards of Brockhampton.
The manor house surrounded by blossoming damson trees

Reimagining Orchards

Over the next three years we will be embarking on a project which will extend the orchards creating a special space for both wildlife and visitors to enjoy. The orchards have somewhat shrunk since the Victorian era with land being used to graze cattle and sheep. We now want to take Brockhampton back to the time fruit production lay at the very heart of the estate and create more surrounding wildflower meadows to help decreasing bee and butterfly numbers.


Eating and shopping

A lady and her young daughter are served by two smiling assistants

Where can you eat and shop at Brockhampton?  

Whether you're after a quick snack, proper coffee or light lunch we've got you covered at Brockhampton. Whilst here make sure you pop into the Granary shop and second-hand bookshop to see if you can find something special to take home.


Our work

Our work at Brockhampton



view of timber framed great hall from minstrels granary

600 years of history at Brockhampton  

Brockhampton is an ancient estate nestled in the dramatic Herefordshire hills. It has been utilised since the early Middle Ages and features a wealth of interesting features such as a ruined Norman chapel. Despite being so old, the manor has changed little over the centuries.



An open nest box reveals tiny blue tit chicks

Go wildlife watching at Brockhampton  

Many plants and animals call Brockhampton home. Over the next three years we will be increasing the orchards here and surrounding them with wildflower meadows increasing the diversity of habitat for our local wildlife.


Get involved

A volunteer leading visitors up the wooden staircase

Volunteering at Brockhampton  

Discover volunteering opportunities at Brockhampton and start your new adventure. Volunteering is an excellent way to gain new skills, practise doing something you love and connecting with like minded people in places that really matter.


Places to stay


Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Brockhampton on the National Trust Collections website