National Apple Festival at Brogdale – This Weekend

National Apple Festival at Brogdale – This Weekend
13 & 14 Ocotober

Apples galore at Brogdale! Celebrate over 2200 different apple varieties at Brogdale with a breath-taking apple display of hundreds of varieties.  The perfect place to discover the oldest apples dating  from 450AD to Tudor and Victorian apples. Learn about apples from all over the world plus different types of apple from cider apples to cooking or dessert apples. See apples of every shape, size, colour and flavour like you’ve never seen before. 
 
Try something new with ‘try before you buy’ rare and heritage apple varieties. Fill a bag with your favourites to take home!

Enjoy a guided walking or tractor trailer tour of the fruit filled orchards of the National Fruit Collection. Alternatively hop on the Faversham Miniature Railway.
 
Meet the fruit experts and get your apple identified with the FREE Fruit ID. Join the scientists from FAST, visit the climate change trails and discover all the research happening here at Brogdale. Learn more with rural talks, demonstrations plus a programme of cooking shows all weekend.
 
Little ones can get stuck into apple crafts, apple cookery and spooky apple head carving, just in time for Halloween! Enjoy live music and delicious local food. Browse local crafts and produce on offer. Join in the festival games and fun, watch the falconry display.Entertainment for the whole family over the weekend.
 
Get you earlybird discount tickets now
Online tickets available until 12pm Friday 12th October
Tickets will be available on the festival gate only from this time onwards

The National Fruit Collection is one of the largest fruit collections in the world and is located at Brogdale Farm, near Faversham, Kent.

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