Things to do at Knole this summer

An impressive, wide oak staircase leads up past painted walls, with a black and white chequered stone floor in the foreground

Here comes summer … and we’re ready with open arms to greet it. Find out what’s happening at Knole during this warmest of seasons, from our current exhibition Fashioned from Paper at Knole to workshops and family events, plus our free Knole Sunday Shuttle Bus service running on school holiday Sundays.

Three images of mannequins wearing paper costumes by Denise Watson, including Vita Sackville-West, Mary Curzon and Henry VIII

Fashioned from Paper events and workshops at Knole

Fashioned from Paper exhibition - from making your own leather belt to drop-in craft activities in the Visitor Centre, don't miss out.

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.