Bring the whole family to enjoy the outdoors Christmas play trail at Killerton. Take a walk around the garden, park and chapel grounds, having fun playing with a variety of musical instruments, performing your favourite Christmas tunes and getting active with hoopla and spin the wheel. There will be lots to keep our younger visitors and those young at heart entertained.
The trail will follow the hard standing paths through the garden and chapel grounds. This means dogs can only access part of the trail that is situated within the parkland. Assistance dogs are permitted everywhere.
The trail will run daily from Friday 1 December to Sunday 2 January 2023, 10am-4pm, last entry 3.30pm (30 minutes before closing) Christmas Eve - open 11am-2pm (last entry 1.30pm). Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Normal admission fees apply. The trail is included with an entry ticket. Members go free.
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
Suitable for children of all ages and pushchairs.
- Meeting point
Pop in to Visitor Reception to start the trail.
- What to bring and wear
The trail is all outdoors, so please wear sensible shoes and dress for the weather.
The trail follows hard standing paths and those made from gravel. There's no steps but with there are some steep inclines and slopes. Suitable for pushchairs and motorised mobility aids. Manual wheelchair users may find the inclines challenging.
The trail uses hard standing paths at this time of year and runs through the garden, chapel grounds and parkland. This means dogs can only access part of the trail that is situated within the parkland. Assistance dogs are permitted everywhere.
Get into the festive spirit while wandering through Killerton house. The ground floor will be traditionally dressed with garlands, trees, decorative fireplaces and fairy lights to give that feel-good glow of Christmas.
Would you enjoy a quieter visit to Killerton this Christmas? 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.