Killerton House and Gardens will be taking part in the Heritage Open Days Festival on Friday 6 September and Saturday 7 September. Entry is for free for all visitors.
Head to Visitor Reception for entry ticket. Enjoy Killerton's glorious landscaped garden, extensive parkland, fine 18th-century house and unique fashion collection.
The ground floor of the Georgian house captures the Killerton's hillside garden is known for its exotic collection of trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants and tender ornamentals. Marvel at the enormous leaves and mysteriously shaped seed pods of the Magnolia. Find the seeds of a giant redwood. Take shade under the majestic Luccombe Oaks. Discover the picturesque gems of the Bear's hut and the rock garden and enjoy views to a distant Dartmoor.
Want to stretch those legs? Enjoy wildflower meadows, views from volcanic outcrops, and the smells of Autumn woodland. Admire the architecture of Killerton's Grade I listed Chapel and discover the earthworks of an Iron-Age hillfort.
|10:00 - 17:00
|10:00 - 17:00
- Meeting point
Park in the main Killerton Visitor car park. Head to Killerton Visitor Reception to access the house, gardens, chapel and parkland.
- What to bring and wear
The garden at Killerton is set on a hillside, please wear suitable shoes and dress for the weather.
The garden is set on a hillside and has slopes and steep inclines. Manual wheelchair users may find this challenging. The Tramper-an all-terrain motorised scooter is available to hire - call 01392 881345 to book. Assistance dogs only inside the house, chapel and gardens.
Assistance dogs only in the house, garden, chapel and gardens. Dogs are welcome in the parkland.
Would you enjoy a quieter visit to Killerton? We're able to offer relaxed sessions; designed to be of benefit to visitors who prefer a quieter and calmer experience, such as those with autism, SEN or dementia.