Knole

Knole in the autumn glow

Important notice -

Five of Knole's historic showrooms have now reopened to visitors. Please be aware that the rest of the showrooms remain closed this year so that specialist conservation work can take place.

Be part of a 400 year visitor history at Knole

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Outdoor adventures

The Hayloft Learning Centre at Knole provides heritage workshops tailored to families, schools and adult education.

Heritage workshops at Knole 

Join us for a variety of heritage workshops, talks and activities in the Hayloft Learning Centre. From landscape painting to stained glass and perfume making, it is the perfect opportunity to try a new hobby or develop your skills.

Upcoming events

Family Monday: Autumn leaves

Mon 23 Oct 2017
11:00-15:00
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
10:30-12:30
Create a beautiful paper lantern to take home at this messy family activity.

Up close with Knole's conservators

Wed 25 Oct 2017
12:00-13:00
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
19:00-20:00
Learn about the archaeology of magical house protection and the history of ritual protection at this lecture.

Museums at Night

Sat 28 Oct 2017
17:00-20:30
Visit Knole at night, climb the Gatehouse Tower and join a wildlife walk in the park by torchlight.

Storytime in Knole's bookshop

Mon 30 Oct 2017
11:00-11:30
Join the storytime fun in Knole's bookshop where your little ones can enjoy short stories and nursery rhymes.
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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 2017.

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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