Knole

Important notice -

We're reopening Knole House on 21 September. The Brewhouse Café is open for takeaways and the shop is open Thursdays to Mondays. Please pre-book your visit. Do not feed or touch the wild deer as they can become aggressive, walk away from them.

Be part of a 400 year history of visiting Knole

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Upcoming events

Timed car parking at Knole (14 Sept - 20 Sept)

Fri 18 Sep 2020
10:00-10:30
Book your timed car parking at Knole.

Timed entry to Knole (21 Sept -27 Sept)

Mon 21 Sep 2020
10:00-10:30
Book your timed entry to visit to Knole.

Summer at Knole

Explore the inner courtyards and the Orangery, then roam around the medieval deer park at Knole this summer. Marvel at the architecture and discover areas of grassland, parkland and woodland, with wildlife to observe under every blade of grass and fallen tree. Enjoy a take-away from the Brewhouse Café, whether it’s a refreshing drink, tasty sandwich, cake or a cooling ice cream.

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Eating and shopping

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History

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Our work

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Learning

A group of school children dressed in school uniform stand gazing upwards at the ceiling in the Great Hall, a dark oak pannelled room with elaborate plaster ceiling

Learning with Knole 

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we aren’t currently able to go ahead or take bookings for any school visits. If you have any concerns or queries, please email our Learning Team who will be able to respond to you as soon as possible.

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Join or give

Visitors exploring the countryside at Kingston Lacy, Dorset

Dedicate a donation 

Share your treasured memories of places cared for by the National Trust by dedicating a donation on our interactive map, and help to make sure special places can be enjoyed forever. Whether you're celebrating a milestone or donating in memory, you can dedicate a donation at your special place, choose a photo and write a personal message alongside.

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Knole on the National Trust Collections website