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Ranger Walk, Corridors for Wildlife, part of the Great Big Green Week

Killerton's restoration of hedgerows is having a demonstrable impact on wildlife and nature.

  • Booking essential
  • Free event

Venture beyond the well trodden visitor routes to discover the impact of Killerton's ambitious hedgerow restoration work. This walk is free as part of the Great Big Green Week, but booking is essential.

Times

The basics

Booking details

Call 03442491895

Suitability

Children over 12 years, accompanied by an adult, are welcome

Meeting point

Meet outside the Engine House in Killerton's main visitor car park.

What to bring and wear

Please wear good walking shoes or boots and dress for the outdoors.

Accessibility

There are accessible toilets in the visitor car park. Assistance dogs are welcome. The route is unsuitable for trampers. The walk is approximately 3 miles with no facilities en-route, some short climbs, uneven surfaces and potentially muddy surfaces.

Contact info

National Trust Box Office

Upcoming events

Event

Exeter University Archaeological Dig 

The University of Exeter archaeology department, supported by the Killerton HART volunteers, are excavating a site close to Columbjohn Chapel on the Killerton estate. Visit the excavation site and discover what they have found.

Event summary

on
28 May to 5 Jun 2024
at
10:00 to 16:00
+ 6 other dates or times
Event

Roundheads and Cavaliers: Family trail leading to an archaeological dig 

It is 1645. Armies are marching through Devon. Parliament's roundheads are chasing the King's cavaliers and you need to make a decision. Who will you support?

Event summary

on
28 May to 2 Jun 2024
at
10:00 to 16:00
+ 5 other dates or times
Event

Killerton Springs into Rhyme: Blossom poetry display 

Be inspired by the blossom that's filling Killerton with colour.

Event summary

on
28 May to 30 Jun 2024
at
10:00 to 17:00
+ 33 other dates or times
Event

Playing by the rules: fashion exhibition in the house 

Killerton's 2024 fashion exhibition will explore children's clothes of the 19th and 20th century.

Event summary

on
28 May to 3 Nov 2024
at
11:00 to 16:00
+ 159 other dates or times