Knole

Important notice -

Parking at Knole is currently limited due to the ground conditions. We are working on both temporary and long-term improvements. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience.

More of a town than a house: six hundred years of history

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Things to see and do

Visiting Knole in the winter

Walk one of our trails

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What's on 

Family Mondays at Knole are very popular

Events at Knole 

Find out what's on at Knole and book a place on one of our activities, from park walks to guest lectures and family fun days.

Our top three:

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Eating and shopping

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History

Six hundred years of history

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Our work

Conservation in action at Knole

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Learning

Educational visits to Knole

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Wildlife

The rut at Knole

The rut at Knole 

The rut is the deers’ mating season. It happens every autumn, when antlers and egos are fully grown and testosterone runs high.

Knole park is home to many species of funghi

Knole Park - a site of Special Scientific Interest 

Knole's status as SSSI means that we have to work hard to ensure the park remains a thriving habitat for its range of wildlife.

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Get involved

Volunteering at Knole