Think you've seen it all at Killerton?

Three picturesque and unique historic sites are dotted around Killerton's 6,400-acre estate. They're open from 1 April - 30 October.

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Brian and Ursula are friendly tenants at the mill

Step into the shoes of a miller at Clyston Mill

Although Clyston Mill is closed until further notice, you can still discover the history of this historic watermill.

The door is open at Marker's

Behind the door of Marker's

Marker's is a medieval hall house on the Killerton estate with some intriguing features. It's named after Sarah Marker, who lived here about 200 years ago.

Products from bygone times on the shelves at Budlake

Budlake Old Post Office through time

Inside Budlack Old Post Office is a 1950s time capsule. When open, you can browse shelves brimming with haberdashery, commemorative tins and screwtop jars of sweets. Its charming cottage garden is lovingly cared for by volunteers, and there's even a vegetable patch.