Christmas at Killerton
Immerse yourself in a traditional Christmas this year at Killerton, from 1 December to 2 January. Meander through the house and soak in the cosy feel of fairy lights and garlands, with family fun on offer in the outdoor trail, taking you through the gardens and Chapel grounds.
A feel-good Christmas
Get into the festive spirit while wandering through Killerton house this winter. The ground floor will be traditionally dressed with garlands, trees, decorative fireplaces and fairy lights to give that feel-good glow of Christmas.
We are delighted to be able to offer relaxed sessions for guests on selected dates and times. The sessions are designed to be of benefit to visitors who prefer a quieter and calmer experience, such as those with autism or SEN needs. Booking is essential for the relaxed sessions - click here for full event information.
Festive fun in the garden and parkland
Join us for family fun and take part in the outdoor Children’s trail, with activities for all ages leading you through the gardens, parkland and Chapel grounds. The outdoor trail is free to all visitors, normal admissions apply.
Community Christmas trees
Marvel at the talented community groups that have lovingly decorated 10 Christmas trees. The trees will be displayed in the Chapel from 1 December.
Festive food and drink
Think seasonal flavoured hot chocolate and tasty treats. Why not take a mince pie on a walk around the gardens? Or treat yourself to a Christmas lunch after soaking in the festive atmosphere of the house. The Stables Coffee Shop and Killerton Kitchen Cafe will have a delicious winter menu launching later this year.
Christmas shopping at Killerton
Whether you're looking for unique Christmas gifts for loved ones, picking up a little treat for yourself, or decorating your home for the festive season, you'll be spoiled for choice in the shop at Killerton. Leave the busy high street behind and browse at your own pace this Christmas.
A family home and a great estate. Glorious landscape garden surrounded by parkland with fine 18th-century house.
Get into the festive feeling and enjoy the Christmas decorations on ground floor of Killerton House. Step inside and explore the country house residence of Sir Francis Acland, 14th Baronet, home of the Acland family from the late 17th century. The house is open daily.
Stop by the Stables Coffee Shop for some refreshments, before browsing for gifts and souvenirs in the National Trust shop or second-hand bookshop.
Discover what to see and do in Killerton's diverse garden. There’s plenty of space for walks and adventure at this country estate near Exeter.
Killerton is a two pawprint rated place. With miles of paths and tracks to explore, dogs love walkies at Killerton. Find out the best dog-friendly walking routes and where they can run off the lead.