Evening bat walk

A dusk guided walk with an expert to discover the world of bats at Killerton.

  • Booking advisable

Bats love the ancient trees and old buildings at Killerton. Join Sarah Butcher from Devon Bat Group and borrow a bat detector to meet all the different species as they emerge at dusk.

The short walk goes through the park and into the garden. Sorry no dogs.


Event ticket prices
  • Adult £3.00
  • Child £1.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 01392 881345
Children under 5 are free
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Meet in the main visitor car park at Killerton.
What to bring and wear
Bring warm clothes and sturdy footwear. Bring a torch.
The walk does cover uneven ground after dark so good footwear is required.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
11 September 2019 19:30 - 21:00 Sold out

Contact Info

Call 01392 881345

Upcoming events

I am the seed poetry trail

Mon 19 Aug 2019
During the summer holidays we will be showcasing the artwork of award-winning children's book illustrator, Frann Preston-Gannon, on our I Am the Seed nature poetry trail at Killerton. Frann's delightful and creative illustrations will...

Seeing the wood and the trees

Mon 19 Aug 2019
Killerton is celebrating 100 years of the Forestry Commission, telling the story of Francis Acland and his crucial role in its formation in 1919 and how we are looking after forests now for the future.

Tree of life

Mon 19 Aug 2019
Explore our link with nature through this fashion exhibition which delves into the use of plants in clothing worn through history.

Killerton garden tours

Mon 19 Aug 2019
Join one of our knowledgeable garden guides on an inspiring tour around Killerton’s historic garden. Explore the importance of the landscape and plant collection and enjoy some of the seasonal highlights.

Guided parkland walks

Tue 20 Aug 2019
Join a guided walk around the historic parkland and discover stories it holds.

Wicked Wednesdays

Wed 21 Aug 2019
Set young imaginations free with different themed stories every week in the garden.