Family Monday: Wild art

Make your own bookmark or clay leaf dish inspired by Knole Park.

  • Booking essential

Visit Knole on this Family Monday during the February half-term for a range of arts and crafts activities. Make your own bookmark or clay leaf dish inspired by Knole Park.

Suitable for ages 5-11 years. All children must be accompanied by an adult. If possible, we ask that only one adult attends per child due to capacity restrictions.

Due to the weather, we will be hosting this Family Monday in the Hayloft Learning Centre as a pre-bookable event.


Event ticket prices
  • Child £2.00

The basics

Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
A booking fee of 5% will be charged by the Box Office.
Suitable for ages 5-11 years.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Meeting point
Please meet in the Hayloft Learning Centre.
The Hayloft Learning Centre is wheelchair accessible. Please phone 01732 462100 to discuss your access requirements.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
12 February 2018 10:30 - 11:30 Available
12:30 - 13:30 Available
14:30 - 15:30 Available

Contact Info

Call 01732 462100

Upcoming events

Behind the scenes tours

Fri 20 Oct 2017
Join Knole's project team for a special tour through the showrooms that are closed this year, so that specialist building and conservation work can take place.

Deer keeping: Autumn rut

Fri 20 Oct 2017
Join Knole's park and deer keeper to observe and learn about the patterns of behaviour of our fallow deer during the autumn rut.

Family Monday: Autumn leaves

Mon 23 Oct 2017
There will be a host of arts and crafts activities for families to enjoy during the autumn half term.

Family workshop: Paper lanterns

Wed 25 Oct 2017
Create a beautiful paper lantern to take home at this messy family activity.

Up close with Knole's conservators

Wed 25 Oct 2017
Ever wondered what it is like to be a conservator working on a precious collection?

Archaeology lecture: Ritual protection in buildings

Thu 26 Oct 2017
Learn about the archaeology of magical house protection and the history of ritual protection at this lecture.