Knole

Important notice -

Please help protect the wild deer herd by not feeding or touching them as it is extremely dangerous. Remember to keep your canine friends on leads at all times to prevent them from worrying the deer.

Be part of a 400 year history of visiting Knole

Upcoming events

Lord Sackville's garden

Tue 20 Aug 2019
11:00-16:00
Lord Sackville's private garden at Knole is a magical space, featuring sprawling lawns, a walled garden, an untamed wilderness area and a medieval orchard.

Attic tours

Wed 21 Aug 2019
11:30-12:15
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.

Guided walks: Bat spotting

Fri 30 Aug 2019
19:30-21:15
Set off on a dusk walk in Knole Park to find our resident bats with an expert ecologist.

Storytime in Knole's bookshop

Mon 02 Sep 2019
11:00-11:30
Join the storytime fun in Knole's bookshop where your little ones can enjoy short stories and nursery rhymes.

Volunteering coffee mornings

Thu 12 Sep 2019
10:30-12:30
If you are interested in volunteering at Knole, come along to a free coffee morning to find out more and meet our friendly team. You'll be able to discover what opportunities are available and talk to some of our volunteers.

Outdoor cinema: Christopher Robin

Fri 13 Sep 2019
18:30-21:30
Enjoy a fantastic film in a historic location and see Christopher Robin on the big screen at Knole.
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Eating and shopping

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History

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Our work

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Groups

Looking across Knole Park, Kent.

Plan your group visit to Knole 

Find out all you need to know to pre-book a group visit of 15 or more people in 2018 and 2019. For pre-booked groups only, we offer reduced price admission, refreshments for the coach driver, free admission for the group leader and parking for your coach.

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Learning

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Get involved

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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