Our roof is leaking at Killerton

Our roof is leaking. Water is making its way inside and we're taking action to protect the house and collections. We need your help to raise the last £100k towards vital roof repairs and restoration to stonework, chimneys, windows, roof lanterns and the exterior. Thanks to your generous donations so far, we're now on the final stretch, will you donate to get us to the finish line? Your support helps us to keep caring for Killerton for everybody to enjoy.

A pile of over 30 negatives have been found at Killerton House

Be part of the time capsule

The Acland's left memories hidden in the roof, and now we're doing the same. Submit your memories and be part of Killerton's future history.

Volunteers, staff and the community gather around Killerton's new roof to say thank you for the support to the roof project

Our roof is not leaking - thank you 

The project to care for Killerton is complete and the scaffolding has now been removed. Find out what we've been up to.

Killerton has delighted everyone through time

The gift of Killerton 

The doors will be thrown open again for you to visit the house on Saturday 11 February. This year inside the house, you'll experience one of Killerton's most interesting and captivating stories.

" We were able to start the roof project thanks to a generous legacy from Laurie Marshall who volunteered with us for over 20 years. As a conservation charity, we rely on donations and legacies alongside memberships and visitor income. Killerton is such a special place to so many and this support will mean we can continue vital conservation to keep it that way."
- Phillip Smart, General Manager