Brockhampton Estate

Traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house

Brockhampton Estate

Things to see and do

Brockhampton Estate

What's on 

Upcoming events

Family trail

Wed 24 Aug 2016
11:00-14:30
Inspired by our ancient history. Explore around Brockhampton and discover over 600 years of history and heritage this summer. For all the family. Compete the trail and win a prize.

Outdoor games

Wed 24 Aug 2016
11:00-16:30
Make the most of the summer with outdoor games near the manor house at Brockhampton Estate. Choose from a variety of traditional outdoor games and enjoy family time this August.

Paper plane making

Wed 24 Aug 2016
11:00-16:30
Make paper planes inspired by the last farming family to live in the manor house. Make a simple paper plane just like children would have made in the 1950s. Fly your plane and see how far it can go.

Historic music

Sun 28 Aug 2016
14:00-16:00
Frank O'Neil and Richard Commander will play historic sonatas from the eighteenth century and Elizabethan dance music on bass viol and recorder in the great hall.

Knitting workshop with Dee Hardwicke- CANCELLED

Sat 03 Sep 2016
10:00-16:00
Knitting workshop with renowned National Trust designer Dee Hardwicke. The workshop is to celebrate Dee's new book, A Story in Yarn, how to design and knit an intarsia heirloom quilt. Design and knit a quilt section.

Pooling together project

Sat 03 Sep 2016
11:00-15:00
Join us for the launch of the pond explorer packs at Brockhampton Estate. Developed as part of the 'Pooling Together' project we are now launching pond dipping and explorer packs for schools that visit the estate.
Brockhampton Estate

Eating and shopping

Brockhampton Estate

Our work

Video

Summer of Archaeology short film

Young people from local charity MediaShypp filmed the excavations at Brockhampton Estate. They recorded what we discovered and made this film to share the news of our new understanding of the estate history.

Micro brewery at Brockhampton Estate

How we turned our oast house into a microbrewery 

Many buildings within our care are no longer fit for their original purpose, but this doesn't mean they remain empty and unloved.