Brogdale Collections is the home of the National Fruit Collection and works to provided access and education about the National Fruit Collection. Set in over 150 acres of farmland it has over 4000 varieties of fruit trees from apples, pears, quinces and plums to cherries and more. The Collections orchards are a living history & heritage of fruit.
Self-guided tours are available any time of the day or year, you can spend as much time as you like wandering the pathways, enjoying the countryside and discovering the fruits cycle from blossom to fruit and frost. During post-lockdown, walks must be booked via their website to control numbers.
You can buy an Orchard Pass ticket which lasts a whole year enabling you to visit Brogdale from frost to blossom and bountiful fruit, the whole beautiful cycle.
Brogdale is a charity which aims to educate and inform the public about its collections. It runs a schedule of workshops, courses and events throughout the year – depending on government guidelines. It also has an extensive educational programme for schools and youth groups.
Located at Brogdale Farm, Brogdale Road, Faversham, ME13 8XZ
Email: [email protected]