The weekend-long festivals and one-day events will aim to encourage people to discover a wider variety of heritage fruit and to eat and grow more fruit at home. They will feature stalls, activities and demonstrations.
This year's line-up starts with a blossom weekend at the 65ha orchards on 16-17 April. A cherry festival is taking place on 11-12 July and a cider festival is running on 24-25 September.
The final festival of the year - an apple festival - is taking place on 22-23 October. The one-day events taking place throughout the growing season include:
- Soft Fruit Day, 26 June
- Plum Day, 14 August
- Nut Day, 18 September
Brogdale Collections marketing manager Sally Roger said: "Fruit lovers can expect another fantastic year of events at Brogdale Farm, celebrating all varieties of fruit.
"Whether you love cherries, berries, apples or pears, there is something for everyone at the National Fruit Collections."
- For further details on visiting Brogdale Farm, see www.brogdalecollections.co.uk