May half-term at Brockhampton Estate

A boy sits proudly in a den he has made

Take advantage of the longer days this summer and go on your own adventure at Brockhampton Estate.

A feast for the senses

With an action packed programme throughout May half term you can tire out little legs whilst enjoying the fresh air.

Whilst the grounds and manor will be a hive of activity with the gardens in bloom and anticipating visitors exited to see behind the impressive timber framed door, you can find your own special place within our extensive parkland and woods.

Pink roses around the entrance at Brockhampton manor house
pink roses climb on the front of the timber framed manor house
Pink roses around the entrance at Brockhampton manor house

Reconnect with nature 

The woods are outstandingly beautiful this time of year, with a vibrant green canopy and a colourful bluebell covered floor. Don’t forget we are dog friendly here, you can bring your four legged friend along too.

Discover our natural play area in Paradise wood and try your hand at a bit of den building. Don't forget to pick up your free 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ book and tick a few things off whilst here. You'll be a seasoned adventurer by the end of your visit.

A large tree stands in the woods surrounded by bluebells

There is also an impressive amount of nature on the estate including three kinds of deer, newts, frogs and an enormous variety of birds. 

Palmate Newt
Palmate Newt
Palmate Newt

Refreshments and retail treats

Visit the Old Apple Store tearoom at the top of the estate for some delicious refreshments including a selection of hot pots, jacket potatoes and hot drinks. The Granary café and shop at Lower Brockhampton also serves sandwiches, ice creams and drinks daily.