Green Court spaces

Green Court

The Green Court at Knole was built in Tudor times © John Miller

The Green Court at Knole was built in Tudor times

Our largest courtyard tells the story of Knole in its own way – the walls themselves record the history of changes over centuries ... if you know how to read them.  Pick up a copy of our guide, Speaking Stones, from the visitor centre or shop and make your own discoveries.

Visitor centre

Inside the Knole visitor centre, with a tactile model of the house © Stuart Cox

Inside the Knole visitor centre, with a tactile model of the house

For an overview of the long and intricate history of Knole, start with our fabulous and funny introductory video. Enjoy the 3D model of Knole and other interactive activities. Free to visit, and open 10:30am to 5pm.

Orangery

The orangery at Knole in Kent is home to classical statues and lemon trees © John Miller

The orangery at Knole in Kent is home to classical statues and lemon trees

Created in the early 19th century, the orangery hosts permanent displays of remarkable statues as well as a changing range of exhibitions throughout the year. Right next to the visitor centre, come and enjoy a stroll amongst our lemon trees.

Park experience room

Lots to do and explore in the park experience room at Knole © John Miller

Lots to do and explore in the park experience room at Knole

Just inside the main entrance to the house, come and explore this interactive space with its family-friendly park activities. We'd love to hear from you about your own park discoveries.

Estate Office

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