There's a lot to care for at Killerton with over 6,400 acres of estate, including 18 tenant farms, parkland, orchards, woods and the prized garden - and that's just outdoors. Don't forget the Georgian house, 250 cottages, satellite properties, two chapels and the important fashion and object collections. Your support helps us keep these places special, for ever for everyone.
Find out what the rangers are busy doing during the summer months.
Now the interiors are protected from the rain, we need your help to raise £70,000 to care for some of our most important treasures.
The project to care for Killerton is complete and the scaffolding has now been removed. Find out what we've been up to.
We're dedicated to improving our accessibility here at Killerton, so that the house and countryside can be enjoyed by everyone. Find out about our work with Heritage Ability to improve our accessibility.
A team of expert volunteers are making exciting discoveries about the bats that live on the Killerton estate.
The ‘Bringing Killerton Park to Life’ project is seeing lost views revealed, habitats improved and the parkland revitalized with a range of new walks for visitors to enjoy.
Discover Killerton's wildlife and the conservation work happening on the estate.
We offer an award-winning education programme of facilitated and self-led sessions that encourage pupils to be active learners with enquiring minds.
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 Acland's gave away their estate for the benefit of the nation - will you wander off the beaten track to discover three of Killerton's hidden gems? They're open from 1 April - 30 October.
Killerton is the perfect place for a family adventure. Keep your eyes open for signs of autumn as little and big legs enjoy parkland and garden.