- Café and/or Restaurant
- Wheelchair Access
- Child Friendly
- Public Transport within 5 miles
Daily: 11am, 1pm, 2.30pm
available any time during opening hours
Much of the site is accessible, although the orchards are not suitable, but there is special spaces on the tractor trailers used for some of the tours. Please contact Brogdale for further information.
Brogdale works with teachers to offer informative and entertaining visits for students at Key Stage 1 and 2.
See its Education page for further information.
Brogdale run a selection of courses, ranging from foraging walks, to winter pruning throught to cidermaking.
See its Short Course page for further information, or contact Karen on details right.
Tours: see Left
November 2013 – March 2014
no guided tours
Brogdale has Season tickets, annual Orchard Passes, Festival tickets, and group rates for groups of 10 or more, as well as day tickets, below.
Family: £20 (2 adults & children, aged 3-15)
Children 3-15: £2.50
Visit its Plan your Visit pages.
Get in Touch
Tel: 01795 536250
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Brogdale Farm plays host to the gem that is the National Fruit Collection. Within an hour or so of London you can visit the world's largest collection of fruit trees and plants.
Open daily throughout the summer, take advantage of daily guided tours, lasting about an hour. Or visit during the week in the winter. On the guided tours, your guide will pluck the latest apple, cherry or plum off the tree for you to try.
Tuck in at the Café or stock up on supplies. Don't miss Tiddly Pomme, a shop packed to the rafters with good food and drink, including juices made from Brogdale fruit, and plenty of Kentish cider and other produce.
And make a bee-line for Brogdale's own fruit and veg, sold to you with a label with the name and often the heritage of the specific fruit you have chosen.
Its festivals are hugely family-friendly and great fun – where else can you taste through literally dozens of different apples in one go?
Three notable ones not to miss include:
Cider Festival - August Bank Holiday, Saturday & Sunday
Apple Festival - October
Harvest Festival - October
Check out the information tab above for further details on times and prices.