Start planning your visit to Brogdale Farm in 2024, as event dates are announced. Ideal for group or coach trips planning ahead, now is the time to save the dates and look forward to enjoying an experience in the garden of England.
Full details of the events will be uploaded to the Brogdale Festivals and Events - Brogdale Collections webpage as they are finalised.
For information and enquires in the meantime please Contact Us - Brogdale Collections.
Brogdale Collections is the home of the National Fruit Collection and works to provide access and education about the National Fruit Collection. Set in over 150 acres of farmland, we have over 4000 varieties of fruit trees here 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.
Brogdale Collections Events 2024
February Half Term Wild Weather Week
February 14th Wild Weather Day
March 29th, 30th,31st Easter Egg Hunt
April 1st Guided Tours start – Blossom Tours
April 10th Beastie Day
April 12th Teddy Bear’s Blossom Picnic
April 20th Kent Big Weekend
May half term Pollinator Week
May 28th & 29th Bee Safari
July 13th, 14th Cherry Trails Weekends
July 20th, 21st Cherry Trails Weekends
August 7th & 8th Wild Classroom Outdoor Cooking
August 9th Beastie Day
August 13th, 14th Kids Juicing Days
August 20th, 21st Kids Juicing Days
August 28th & 29th Wild Classroom Outdoor Cooking
August 10th & 11th Plum Weekend
August 24th & 25th Brogdale Cider Festival
September 21st, 22nd Heritage Orchard Day
October 5th, 6th Heritage Orchard Days
October 19th, 20th Heritage Orchard Days
October 28th, 29th, 30th Kids Juicing Days
October 31st Guided Tours finish
Planning your visit to Brogdale Collections doesn't have to be hard, we have compiled handy information right here to help you.
To find out what fruit we have to offer and when download our seasons guide here.
There is a large car park here at Brogdale and you should always find a space for your car, we also have ample space for your mini bus or coach.
Dogs are strictly NOT allowed in the orchards at any time. Dogs are welcome in the marketplace and on the picnic meadow only. Please check before you visit.
Accessibility Most of the site is accessible to all visitors. Wheelchairs are suitable on the guided tours and we have an allocated wheelchair space on our tractor trailer. We have two off road mobility chairs (not motorised) that can be hired to use on the route. We recommend booking these in advance. Please contact us should you have any concerns or questions.
There are WC facilities for all visitors on site including an accessible toilet close to the marketplace.
Brogdale has a fruit tree nursery, farm shop, and café on site. (All closed on Mondays)
Find us easily
Brogdale is situated just outside of Faversham, Kent; 1 mile from the M2 at Junction 6. For SatNav use postcode ME13 8XZ.
It takes just over 1 hour to get to Faversham from London. Faversham railway station is approximately 1 mile away, a taxi usually costs about £4.50 each way. If you prefer walking, the walk is flat with footpaths all the way.
Brogdale is just a 15 minute walk from the A2 in Faversham. The walk will take you over the M2 bridge and Brogdale is just on the other side to the left.