What's in store for 2018?
The New Year will see exciting changes at Killerton including a brand new visitor experience in the house including the fashion exhibition, new events and old favourites. Find out more and save the dates in your diary.
Votes for women?
Two Killerton women, Eleanor Acland and Gertrude Acland campaigned on opposite sides of the movement for women's suffrage. Step inside the house to hear their stories and find out more about the campaign for equal voting rights. Part of the National Trust's Women and Power programme for 2018.
Opens Saturday 10 February.
Get closer to nature this year
There is a new programme of bat walks at Killerton and Ashclyst, including joining bat experts to check nesting boxes, letting you see the furry fliers close up in the daylight.
We've teamed up with Wild and Curious Foraging to put on three seasonal wild food walks at Killerton in March, July and October. To find out more and book please visit www.wildandcurious.org.uk
If you'd like to explore the wildlife and history of the estate then don't miss the parkland guided walks from March to October.
Keep an eye on our event listings webpage and social media for more information about the spring flower trail, Easter trails, Classic Car Day, summer holiday fun, and apple season including the Apple Festival in October.