For families

Knole Park is a great place to have a picnic

Knole Park is a great place to have a picnic

Knole in the summer

Longer days mean more time to enjoy everything Knole has to offer families this summer. Join our Family Mondays for free themed craft activities, explore the wilderness garden on Tuesdays and drop in throughout the holidays for events including trails, skittles and Tudor dressing up. Leave the car at home and take the Vintage Bus to make the day one to remember.

The rut in autumn

Knole Park comes alive with the sounds or grunts of the deer rut in autumn. Come and join our informal park walks with our experienced guides and learn about our fallow and Sika deer; the ancient trees and fabulous fungi.

The park in winter

Amongst the ancient trees in our 1000 acres, you may be lucky enough to spot the deer foraging a leafy mouthful.They roam freely and find plenty to eat in the park so please don't feed them. Just want a gentle stroll? Wrap up warm and explore on your own.

Springtime at Knole

During open season in the early spring, come with the family on Tuesdays to explore the wilderness and see the first spring flowers in Lord Sackville's private walled garden. In late spring savour the sight and scent of the 200-year-old wisteria growing against the Kentish ragstone walls.