Have you always wanted to capture the beauty of Exmoor in that perfect photo?
Why not come along to one of our 'introduction to photography' walks at Watersmeet with local photographer and NT volunteer Mark Johnson?
Take a gentle stroll around the garden and pleasure grounds and find out more about the bees we're encouraging at Arlington, including their favourite plants to pollinate. Pick up anytime from reception.
Join our volunteer artist in residence, Ann Hyde, for a drop-in paint along in the grounds at Arlington Court. Bring your paint box and set up alongside Ann for the afternoon to capture the beautiful setting in front of you. Feel free to stop and...
Join the Quantock AONB Nature and Wellbeing Project Officer Kristen Lambert for an 'off-road' walk from Fyne Court. Specifically aimed at encouraging and helping new families to walk carrying their babies and toddlers.
Nothing beats getting lost in a good book in a majestic garden on a summer's day. See what literary gems you can discover in our second-hand book fair. Your donations will also help us to raise money for vital conservation work.
Killerton is celebrating 100 years of the Forestry Commission, telling the story of Francis Acland and his crucial role in its formation in 1919 and how we are looking after forests now for the future.
Join one of our friendly and knowledgeable garden guides on an inspiring tour around Killerton’s historic garden. Explore the history and importance of the landscape and plant collection as well as enjoying some of the seasonal highlights and how...
Join one of our friendly and knowledgeable garden guides on the first Wednesday of the month between April and October as we explore how we use trees for our own gain. As we tour the exotic plant collection, we'll look at trees that have made and...
Join founding members of the Ancient Tree Forum, Ted Green and Jill Butler, for a stroll around some of Killerton Park’s most fascinating trees.
Trees can tell us so much if we only knew how to read them, and Ted and Jill will teach you how to...
Heather's pictures celebrate the spirit of Dartmoor, a spirit which is shaped by different weathers, geology and wildlife; capturing the beauty of the present moment by creating skies which can only be found whilst walking across the moors.
Enjoy a 10k run with the National Trust.
Tyntesfield has a pay & display car park: £5 per vehicle. National Trust members who scan their cards at our parking machines or those with an in date car sticker park free.