Knole: Building a Palace in 15th Century England

 © Antony Crolla

A fascinating evening in the Great Hall with BBC presenter Jonathan Foyle as he explains new discoveries at Knole. Dr Jonathan Foyle is a leading expert on Knole and presenter of BBC4's 'Henry VIII: Patron or Plunderer?' In this captivating lecture he will detail how new discoveries at Knole have provided a new perspective on the art and politics of the 15th century leading to to the creation of Knole. The lecture takes place on Tuesday 23 September at 7pm. Join us for a pre-lecture drink in the Orangery from 6pm.

Take a ride on the Vintage Bus

Explore Knole and Sevenoaks on the Vintage Bus

Explore Knole and Sevenoaks on the Vintage Bus

The Vintage Bus will be touring Sevenoaks throughout the summer. Hop aboard and take a trip to Knole! Under 10s are free, all other day tickets are £2.50.

Guided garden walk for deaf visitors

Discover the story of the formal English garden on a guided walk at Knole, with communication support from a lipspeaking guide.

Heritage Open Day - 12 September

Visitors enjoying Knole's Great Hall © Hannah Pearson

Visitors enjoying Knole's Great Hall

 We are proud to be participating in Heritage Open Days, England's biggest heritage festival. On Saturday 12 September, Knole will be open to all, free of charge (parking fees still apply).   If you haven't ventured beyond Knole Park before, this is a fabulous opportunity to visit the show rooms and discover Knole's hidden treasures.  Last entry to the show rooms is at 3.30pm.