A fresh look at Knole this spring

A mannequin wears a detailed paper dress with white ruffles at the neck and cuff, and patterned red white & blue bodice

In light of the current guidance for Covid-19 (coronavirus), Knole will be closed from Wednesday 18 March. The safety and wellbeing of our visitors, volunteers and staff will always come first and with that in mind Knole house, Brewhouse Café, shops, car park and toilet facilities will all be closed. Find out more about how to access the parkland.

It's a time for fresh energy and making fun plans, and how better to celebrate it than a trip to Knole? From exploring our Fashioned From Paper at Knole exhibition to discovering graffiti in hidden attics, start planning your visit now.

An image of paper sculptures including a pair of feet wearing red and gold slippers, a red and gold conical hat, and a gold folded fan

Fashioned from Paper cream tea & Prosecco tours

Book onto a guided tour of our Fashioned from Paper at Knole exhibition to find out more about the paintings and characters that inspired the exhibition, plus a glimpse into the artist's process. All topped off with a Prosecco cream tea.

A long, narrow attic room stretches ahead, with wooden floorboards, a window at the far end, patched walls and trunks and chairs lined up against one side wall

The attics at Knole

Discover the fascinating stories waiting to be discovered in Knole’s hidden attics, including graffiti and witchmarks. Find out how to book behind the scenes attic tours ...

Eddy Sackville West's bedroom in the Gatehouse Tower, including brass bedstead with white counterpane, blue armchair, blue shelves filled with books, tapestries and pictures on the walls

The Gatehouse Tower at Knole

Climb the spiral staircase for panoramic views over the medieval parkland, and explore the rooms once home to Eddy Sackville-West as you go.