Guided walks: Spring and bluebells

Discover the joys of spring with beautiful views over the Weald on this family walk.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

This walk will take us along the Greensand Way through Knole's 1,000-acre deer park to One Tree Hill with its profusion of bluebells.Weather permitting, there will be some great views over the Weald. We will then return through bluebell woods and rural communities to Knole. The walk includes some short but steep stretches that can be slippery, even in dry weather, so good walking shoes are a necessity. We will break at One Tree Hill so bring a drink and some snacks!

The basics

Suitable for children and families.
Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meeting point
Please meet outside the front of the house.
What to bring and wear
Please wear clothes suitable for the park and grippy footwear. If you normally use walking poles, do bring them with with you.
Certain areas of the park are unsuitable for wheelchairs.
Suggested donation £2. Please make a donation so we can continue this popular event. Parking is free for National Trust members or £4 for non-members.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
27 April 2019 14:00 - 16:00 Available
4 May 2019 14:00 - 16:00 Available

Contact Info

Call 01732 462100

Upcoming events

Children's ceramic bird feeder workshop

Wed 20 Feb 2019
Decorate a bird feeder and bird decoration with colourful paints.

Gelli printing for beginners

Thu 21 Feb 2019
Learn the basics of gelli printing and create your own colourful work of art.

Modern calligraphy for beginners with Judy Broad

Sat 23 Feb 2019
Have you ever fancied learning the beautiful art of modern calligraphy?

Guided walk: monumental trees

Sat 23 Feb 2019
Explore Knole Park and learn about its ancient and majestic trees.

Storytime in Knole's bookshop

Mon 25 Feb 2019
Join the storytime fun in Knole's bookshop where your little ones can enjoy short stories and nursery rhymes.

Attic tours

Sat 02 Mar 2019
On this tour of Knole’s often-forgotten attic spaces, our knowledgeable guides will reveal the stories behind centuries of graffiti, lost 17th century letters, witchmarks and a curiously sloped floor.