The park comes to life in summer with the birth of the baby fawns. Find out when you are most likely to spot them and what to look out for as they take their first steps.
The whole family can enjoy our all-ability walk exploring the wildlife of Kent’s only remaining deer park at Knole.
Experience the history and wildlife of Kent’s only remaining deer park, which has remained substantially unchanged since medieval times.
Walk along part of the Greensand Way which links two of our sites, Knole and Ightham Mote, together.
Lord Sackville’s stunning private garden is open to visitors every Tuesday from 4 April until 26 September. Explore the walled garden, the wilderness area and a medieval orchard.
With 1,000 acres to explore, you can show visitors parts of Knole Park they have never seen before.
Explore Knole Park, Kent's last medieval deer park. There are so many hidden treasures to discover and over 1,000 acres to roam, not to mention glimpsing the majestic herd of more than 350 wild deer.
Calling all book-lovers for a fun-filled family weekend! Knole will host the Children’s Book Festival on 25-26 March 2017.
Enjoy this gentle stroll through Knole's deer park, taking in woodland and open grassland along the way.
We have lots of walks for you to enjoy on a trip to Knole and with over 1000 acres to explore, you can discover all the lovely spots in and around Knole Park.
All the information you'll need to allow you to get the most from your educational visit at Knole.
Knole is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) which means that we have to work hard to ensure the park remains a thriving habitat for its range of wildlife.
Knole has plenty to offer families throughout the year, from bracing walks in Knole Park in the winter to picincs in the summer. Trails bring the house to life for children and there's plenty to explore in Green Court all year round.
Join us for a free guided walk of Knole Park on New Year's Day.