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Brogdale Collection

Swale

Type:Garden

Brogdale Road, Faversham, KENT, ME13 8XZ

Tel: +44 01795 536250

Brogdale Collection

About

Brogdale Farm is home of the National Fruit Collection, the largest collection of fruit trees and plants in the world. Over 2,200 different varieties of apple, 550 of pear, 350 of plum, 320 of cherry and smaller collections of bush fruits, nuts and grapes are grown here in 150 acres of beautiful orchards.

We run daily guided tours with knowledgeable guides who will share interesting stories, facts and history along with tastings of fruit in season. Each season offers a different experience with blossom in the spring, through to Apple harvest in October. The farm extends to 160 acres of beautiful Kentish countryside and is a wonder to explore. Festivals and events take place throughout the season and the marketplace offers a collection of local produce shops, a restaurant/ café and plant centre.      

A great day out for you and the family.

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

A2, signed posted by Tourist sign, turn off into Brogdale Road

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