Trees to Climb
Birds of Prey
Summer Camp Wild
Coach House Restaurant
Summer is well underway and we have lots of special summer events to make your visit extra-special. Wednesday Swamp Walk and Friday Water Wars in the Maze. Check out our events to find what's happening at Escot this summer. See here for ticket information.
From August Escot has become a registered charity and your admission is
treated as a charitable donation please ensure you sign a gift aid form or
better still join our charity as a member and come as many times as you
like to Escot or our charities sister conservation centre near Canterbury.
To support Wildwood Trust's Conservation Projects, which include our
ground breaking work with beavers, red squirrels and projects to save our
most endangered native wildlife, your ticket includes a 10% voluntary
contribution. This money is vital to our efforts to help protect Britain's
most threatened wildlife. Wildwood is a registered charity no. 1093702.
Footpath Closure: Please note that from the 8th August to the 2nd September all footpaths on the Escot Estate will be closed. This is due to new industry-wide Construction (Design and Management) Regulations. This does not apply to the paths within Escot Park visitor attraction which remain open as usual.
For all lovers of nature and the great outdoors, Escot is a unique experience and offers a great family day out. Set in 220 acres of stunning private parkland in the heart of East Devon, Escot is a refreshingly uncommercial, award-winning visitor attraction that you will want to return to again and again.
Home to the Kennaway family for over 200 years the Escot of today is setting new standards in recreation with its exciting open access red squirrel encounter where visitors can get up close to these adorable creatures, world-class maze, birds of prey displays, otters and wild boar, unique (and scary!) woodland drop slide, saxon village, indoor playbarn and woodland play areas. There's an intriguing letterboxing trail to try and delicious home-cooked food in our Coach House Restaurant. Known as the natural place for good reason, wherever you go at Escot you will see peacocks and guinea fowl roaming free and maybe the odd chicken or few! will cross your path too. The magnificent champion trees and woodland paths through daffodils, bluebells and rhododendrons are truly beautiful in springtime but whatever the season there is always some aspect of nature to catch your eye and make you stop and wonder for a while. Open all year, we hope you will enjoy the views, the beauty of the park, its quirky playfulness and will leave delighted, inspired and wanting to return again.
Escot - there's a natural surprise waiting around every corner.