The shop at Castle Drogo
Looking for something different from the regular high street shops? The Castle Drogo shop stocks a variety of gifts and treats, items for the home and garden and of course, Castle Drogo souvenirs. There is always a great mix of local products as well as our National Trust favourites.
Keeping you safe
Our shop is open 10am till 5pm daily. From the 19 July we will be keeping some measures in place to keep staff and visitors safe whilst shopping. We recommend face coverings to be worn in inside spaces.
Castle Drogo souvenirs
If you're a fan of Castle Drogo, you can grab a memento inspired by the Castle and estate or pick up a book on its history and architecture. Delve deeper into Castle Drogo’s past with our guidebook, filled with fascinating facts to expand your visit.
Create an eco-friendly home with our range of sustainable products. From kitchen accessories like Bee’s wax wraps, to organic hand lotion and recycled plastic blankets and bags. We’ve also got a range of natural household cleaners which are allergy-friendly and vegan.
Gifts for you and your home
Brighten up the home with beautifully designed rugs, blankets, cushions, kitchen accessories and much more. For something a little different, take a look at ceramics on sale from nearby Spreyton Pottery.
We’ve got a selection of scarves, hats and accessories to brighten up your wardrobe, as well as contemporary bags or timeless leather gloves, our range is full of stylish options which are inspired by the places we look after.
Lots for little ones
Young explorers at Castle Drogo will find plenty of ways to make even more of their day. We’ve games to play, story and sticker books, traditional toys, as well as lots of extras to help them to tick off some of the '50 things' challenges.
Feeling inspired by the Drogo gardens? Head to the plant centre and take a wander through our vibrant plants, pick up something for your garden or find the perfect gift for a green-fingered friend. We source several of the plants from Lanhydrock nurseries in Cornwall.