Important notice -

The estate, second-hand bookshop and Granary kiosk at Brockhampton are open and the manor is open Wednesday to Sunday. Booking is recommended to guarantee entry, however walk-ins are permitted where there's space to do so.

Traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house

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Please book your visit beforehand  

The parkland, Granary food kiosk, second-hand bookshop and toilets at Brockhampton are open daily. The manor house is open five days a week and every day during school holidays. On weekdays you don’t need to pre-book your visit. At busier times, like weekends and school holidays, booking is recommended to guarantee entry. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay when booking. We'll be releasing tickets every Friday.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Brockhampton (14 June - 20 June)

Sun 20 Jun 2021
Book your timed entry to visit Brockhampton.

Timed entry to Brockhampton (21 June - 27 June)

Mon 21 Jun 2021
Book your timed entry to visit Brockhampton.

Welcome to Brockhampton



A drone photograph of paths being created in the new orchards

Reimagining orchards at Brockhampton

The fruit orchards at Brockhampton engulf the medieval manor house and beyond. Discover how the National Trust are extending the orchards at this special place to increase habitats and the visitor journey. Spanning over sixty-five acres, these orchards are the largest in the Trust's care.


Our work

Ash tree silhouettes taken from the ground looking up towards the sky

Tackling Ash Dieback at Brockhampton  

Due to a severe outbreak of Ash Dieback on the estate we will be felling infected trees throughout the winter months. Find out more about this invasive fungal disease and discover what we are doing here to try and tackle it.



cattle lying in front of manor house

Discover six hundred years of history  

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.



A close up shot of a worker bee with two orange pollen sacs on either back leg.

Wildlife 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.


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