The Christmas trail is over for another year.
A day at Killerton isn't complete without a visit to Killerton's chapel. The grounds of the chapel are a quiet place to seek comfort and reflect.
Spring is just around the corner and we've chosen the six best places to the see signs of spring on your visit.
Whether you're here for a dog walk, a gentle stroll to enjoy the views, or an adventure with your young explorers, the outdoors at Killerton has a walk for you.
Join our knowledgeable parkland guides on a walk to find out more about the landscape, history and wildlife of the historic parkland.
This delightful circular walk skirts Killerton garden, following footpaths and tracks around the boundaries of the historical parkland.
A surfaced and gentle route shared with walkers and horse riders through farmland and along quiet country lanes.
This buggy-friendly circular walk follows surfaced paths through the parkland, garden and chapel grounds and is a great introduction to Killerton.
Get your running shoes and bring your friends and family for a fun 5km run every week.
Killerton is home to trees from all continents except Antarctica. Find out why.
An enchanting walk through nearby Danes Wood, a haven for wildlife with the perfect habitat for insects, small mammals and birds.
You can explore Killerton's historic parkland and Ashclyst Forest on horseback.
With miles of paths and tracks, dogs love walkies at Killerton. Find out where you can go with your dog, where they can run off the lead and take a look at some dog-friendly walking routes.
Have you visited Killerton's lost house? Walk up to the house to find out why it was never finished and remained hidden for 240 years.
Enjoy a stroll around the house garden whilst taking in the palette of colours in the garden during autumn.
Killerton is a great place to get active. with parkrun, cycle routes, sports events and lots of open space there's something for everyone.
This dog-friendly walk follows a nineteenth century carriage drive though traditional parkland before finishing with a close up view of the old quarry and extinct volcano. It can get muddy so unsuitable for pushchairs.
Enjoy a walk around the garden in spring to nature's wonders, including spectacular spring blossom.