Opening times for 10 December 2023
Asset Opening time House 11:00 - 15:30 Estate 10:00 - 16:00 Grounds 10:00 - 16:00 Granary food kiosk 10:30 - 15:30 Second-hand bookshop 11:00 - 16:00MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £11.00 £10.00 Child £5.50 £5.00 Family £27.50 £25.00 Family one adult £16.50 £15.00 Group Adult £9.50 Group Child £4.75
There is a small step up into the bookshop.
Only assistance dogs are allowed into Brockhampton Manor House. Dogs are welcome in the parkland and orchards, but please keep them on a lead at all times.
Blue badge parking and drop-off point. Accessible toilets. Ground floor of manor house partly accessible. Poor phone signal.
Accessible route and/or map
There are three kilometres of hard-standing, accessible paths suitable for wheel chairs and buggies. Ask at Visitor Reception for more information.
Level access to food outlet
The toilets have wheelchair-friendly cubicles with wall rails and the areas are lit with both natural light and bulbs.
3km of hard-standing accessible paths run through the old and new orchards. Most outdoor areas have level access, however some areas of the courtyard have uneven and rough surfaces.
Braille (guide or menu)
Braille guides are available in the house
Powered mobility vehicle available
To book a mobility vehicle, please phone: 01885482077
Mobility parking, 20 yards away
The first floor of the manor is accessed by a flight of stairs. Parkland walks pass over uneven terrain and there may also be steps. There are three kilometres of hard-standing, accessible paths suitable for wheel chairs and buggies. Ask at Visitor Reception for more information.
20 yards from Visitor Reception
To book virtual tour session, please call 01885 482077, or speak to a member of staff on arrival.
Available at the main Visitor Reception and Granary kiosk
To book a mobility vehicle, please phone: 01885 482077
Large print (guide or menu)
Large print guides are available in the house
Accessible from the A44 between Worcester and Leominster near Bromyard signposted Brockhampton Estate. Once on site proceed to welcome kiosk.
Parking: Follow drive 1.5 miles post welcome on arrival.
Sat Nav: Access for all visitors is off A44. Disregard sat nav instructions indicating the estate can be accessed via any other road.
The Herefordshire Trail, a 153 mile circular route from Ledbury, passes through Bromyard within 2 miles of the estate. From here access is via roads and tracks which can be steep in places.
Hereford train station 15 miles, Worcester Foregate Street train station 15 miles. Regular bus service passes near both stations
Worcester to Hereford (passing Worcester Foregate Street train station and close Hereford train station)
A gentle uphill ride from Bromyard. Cycle parking at Estate car park and at Lower Brockhampton
The estate at Brockhampton is dog-friendly, with miles of woods and parkland to explore with your four-legged friends. Here’s everything you need to know about bringing your dog.
Take a look at the map of Brockhampton to help plan your visit.
A picturesque, moated manor house built over 600 years ago, portraying life through the eras.
1,700 acre estate with woodland, orchards, parkland and farmland. Includes over 145 acres of orchards, the largest in the Trust's care.
Located in the courtyard, the Granary serves light refreshments, snacks, ice creams and hot and cold drinks. Seating inside and out.
Small but perfectly-formed bookshop, opposite the manor house. Fully stocked with pre-loved classics.
Brockhampton Chapel is located at the top of the estate near the welcome kiosk. Constructed between 1790 and 1810, this Chapel was built to replace the now-ruined Norman Chapel that is situated next to Lower Brockhampton manor house.
Discover the night before Christmas through the ages at Brockhampton, from medieval feasting in the great hall, to a cosy 1950s Christmas in the Freegard Lounge.
In 2023, we are working in partnership with Salt Road's We Foragers Unquiet, whose inspiring programme of activity aims to connect people with the orchards, exploring the rich biodiversity of these priority habitats.
Head to the great outdoors for a family expedition at Brockhampton. Whether you want to burn off steam along our orchard play trail or explore history in the manor house, there is so much to discover at Brockhampton.
At the heart of the estate lies Lower Brockhampton Manor house, a late 14th century timber-framed house, surrounded by a moat and entered via a timber-framed gatehouse.
Explore the wider estate and parkland and look for the flora and fauna you can spot on a seasonal walk over this 1,700-acre estate.
Explore the estate on a short circular walk taking in the church and Park Pond. Enjoy sweeping views across the county and beyond, to Bringsty Common, the Clee Hills, Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills.
Discover a 2-mile circular trail through natural woodland and see how many native trees you can spot on a walk with the whole family this season.
Explore the accessible paths through the young and old orchards with something of interest in every season. This 1½-mile return walk is a treat for the senses whatever time of year you visit.
Find out the places you can rest and refuel or treat yourself to a pre-loved book to take home at Brockhampton. From classic favourites in the café to pre-loved stories in the second-hand bookshop, every penny spent in the café or shop helps us to look after Brockhampton for future generations.
A gorgeous picture-book 15th-century cottage set in woodland on the Brockhampton Estate.
A large, inviting house with its former hop kilns and barns, surrounded by countryside on the Brockhampton Estate.
At the heart of this 687-hectare (1,700-acre) farmed estate lies Lower Brockhampton Manor House, a romantic timber-framed house dating back to the late 14th century.
The house is surrounded by a moat and is entered via a charming timber-framed gatehouse, built 1530-40.
Brockhampton is home to 21-acres of traditional orchard, that can be accessed on hard-standing, accessible paths. There are miles of walks through the orchards, park and woodlands, featuring ancient trees, the picturesque Lawn Pool and great views of the surrounding Herefordshire countryside.
This is home to a rich variety of wildlife, along with historic farming breeds such as Hereford cattle and Hebrides sheep.
Uncover 600 years of history inside this timber framed manor house and learn how it evolved to meet the different needs of different generations who lived there.
Find out more about the work the team are doing to care for wildlife at Brockhampton, including a project to create a new home for a family of badgers.
Find out more about the different aspects of work being done to protect and care for Brockhampton manor house and the challenges caused by cohabiting with bats.
Find out more about volunteering at Brockhampton and how you can play your part in looking after and sharing the love of this medieval manor house and estate.