Brogdale Collections orchards are a living history and heritage of fruit. Brogdale Collections is a charity working to provide access and education about the National Fruit Collection to the public. Set in over 150 acres of farmland has over 4,000 varieties of fruit trees here from apples, pears, quinces and plums to cherries and more. Visitors can enjoy walks, tours, including tractor trailer tours, foraging walks, as well as regular festivals and events.

Opening Hours
Orchard Tours
April to end of October
11am, 1pm and 2.30pm
Self -Guided Walks
All year - except during cherry season
10am and 4pm.

Orchard Pass - valid for one year from date of purchase
Adult - 16 years +: £14
Concession – Student/60 years +: £12
Child - 3-15 years:  £6
Child - under 3 years: Free
Family - 2 Adults + 2 children - 3 to 15 years: £30
Family With Grandparents: £45.

Most of the site is accessible. Wheelchairs are suitable on the guided tours and they do have allocated space on the tractor trailer. They have two off road mobility chairs that can be hired -  recommended to in advance.

Not allowed in the orchards, welcome in the marketplace and on the picnic meadow only.

Free Parking • Toilet • Disabled Toilet

Picture Credit: © Brogdale Collections.

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