National Lottery Thanks to You 2019
Did you know that the National Lottery is celebrating its 25th birthday this year? As part of the celebrations, Knole is participating in the National Lottery’s #ThanksToYou campaign, offering free entry to anyone with a National Lottery ticket or scratch card from 23 – 29 November 2019.
What do I need to do?
We are offering free entry when you show a purchased National Lottery ticket or proof of play for National Lottery draw-based game or scratch card - all you have to do is come along to Knole with your ticket or scratch card and head to the Visitor Centre. Please note the following:
- One National Lottery ticket or scratch card per family, adult or group of adults is required
- Proof of ticket can be paper or digital
- The draw/purchase date on the ticket is not relevant
What does it include?
As part of the offer, you'll have access to the Gatehouse Tower and The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition (open 11am-4pm). Please note that usual admission fees to the car park apply (free to members, £5 to non-members).
Terms and Conditions
Free entry with a proof of purchase of a National Lottery ticket or scratch-card has no cash value. Each National Lottery ticket shown applies to the cost of entry only and does not cover any car parking costs. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. It is not valid at a National Trust event where a separate charge is made for attendance. Visitors must present their National Lottery ticket, scratch-card or proof of purchase at reception when they visit. Sadly, not all of our places are able to participate in this promotion (please check our property pages before you set out).
All car parks and properties managed by Historic Houses Hotels Ltd, English Heritage, CADW, London Partner properties and local authorities are NOT participating. Normal parking fees at Knole apply (free to members, £5 to non-members). We reserve the right to turn visitors away due to capacity issues or weather constraints. Admission includes The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition, but excludes the children's winter trail in the park.