Killerton

Glorious landscape garden surrounded by parkland, fine 18th-century house with renowned historical fashion collection

Killerton

Things to see and do

A great estate

Upcoming events

Christmas at Killerton: House timed tickets for A 'Grimm' Christmas

Sat 03 Dec 2016
10:00-10:15
See sparkling displays in the mansion inspired by five classic fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm.

Father Christmas

Sat 03 Dec 2016
11:00-11:15
Meet Father Christmas dressed in his traditional Victorian green. A gift for every child aged 8 or under.

A 'Grimm' Christmas late night opening

Sat 03 Dec 2016
11:00-18:00
Stay for longer and fall in love with the house and parkland at night. Be guided by twinkling lights on the sparkling outdoor trail. Don't forget to book your tickets.

Harp concert

Thu 08 Dec 2016
19:00-22:00
The Music Room comes alive with harpist Elizabeth-Jane Baldry. A delicious three-course dinner will be served in the award-winning Killerton Kitchen restaurant.

Christmas farmers' market

Sat 17 Dec 2016
10:30-14:30
Pick up your Christmas essentials from stalls selling lots of fresh, local produce with a festive twist.

Farmers' and local produce market

Sat 17 Dec 2016
10:30-14:30
Why not tempt your taste buds and support local producers at Killerton's monthly farmers market. Browse stalls brimming with local meats, sweet treats, preserves and vegetables in the main visitor car park. Free parking and tasters.
Killerton

Eating and shopping

Festive food and gifts at Killerton

Killerton has delighted everyone through time

Past and present at Killerton 

Step inside the warm and welcoming family home this Christmas. The fashion exhibition has now ended and will not be returning to Killerton until 2018 while we carry out vital conservation work in the New Year.

Killerton

Get involved

Killerton

Our work

Ranger chestnut veteran tree parkland killerton devon

Our Work 

Killerton includes 6,400 acres of historic estate, a Georgian house, it's collections, two chapels and three satellite properties. Find out more about the work going to care these special places.

horse logging at killerton on the clump near exeter

Horses help protect the hill fort 

Traditional horse-logging was used to remove timber from the Clump as part of our efforts to protect the Iron Age hill fort from damage

Killerton

Places to stay

Park Cottage on the Killerton estate

Killerton's holiday cottages 

With so much to explore on the Killerton estate, why not stay longer? We've got five cottages to choose from, surrounded by rolling Devon countryside or deep in the woods.

Killerton

Groups