Three picturesque and unique historic sites are dotted around Killerton's 6,400-acre estate. They're open Saturday - Wednesday from 1 April until 30 October.
Nestled by the River Clyst sits one of the South West's last remaining working watermills.
Marker's is a medieval hall house on the Killerton estate with some intriguing features.
Step inside a 1950s time capsule with charming cottage garden.
Leave the car at Killerton and discover Broadclyst and the wider estate by bike.
From a casual snack to an expertly prepared lunch, there's plenty on offer at Killerton. Did you know that every penny you spend is invested into the charity - helping us care for Killerton.
The shop is a treasure trove full of wonderful products inspired by our special places, Killerton estate produce, second-hand books and glorious peat-free plants. We've got something for everyone.
Ashclyst Forest is one of the largest woods in East Devon and a haven for butterflies, bluebells and birds. With car parking and waymarked trails Ashclyst is a great place for a walk on the wild side.
The Killerton estate is well known for it's local, sustainable produce, including award-winning cider and apple juice. Treat yourself to a taste of Killerton.
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.
Killerton is a 6,400 acre estate. Walk across rolling Devon countryside, head into the park and stumble across hidden views or climb the Clump. There's something for everybody.