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Upcoming events

The Tiger Who Came to Tea trail

Thu 21 Nov 2019
10:00-15:00
Inspired by our The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition, read the story as you follow the wooden deer around the park. Answer the questions on the way, and at the end of the trail return to the Visitor Centre to collect your very special...

The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition

Thu 21 Nov 2019
11:00-16:00
Judith Kerr's much loved 1968 classic will be brought to life at Knole this autumn, complete with a life size tiger to cuddle and displays of illustrations to delight all tiger-loving generations.

Attic tours

Fri 22 Nov 2019
11:30-12:15
On this tour of Knole's often-forgotten attic spaces, our knowledgeable guides will reveal the stories behind centuries of graffiti, lost 17th century letters, witchmarks and a curiously sloped floor.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea storytelling

Sat 23 Nov 2019
10:30-11:00
Settle down for a story as part of the Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition.

Christmas calligraphy with Judy Broad - SOLD OUT

Sat 23 Nov 2019
10:30-13:00
Whether you’re a complete beginner or have some experience, join expert calligrapher Judy Broad to brush up your skills in time for Christmas.

Storytime in Knole's bookshop

Mon 25 Nov 2019
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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A magnificent, luxurious bedroom with four-poster bed, hung with red and gold cloth, oak panelled walls, tapestries on the wall and parquet floor

Plan your group visit to Knole 

Find out all you need to know about a group visit of 15 or more people, and why groups need to pre-book. Pre-booked groups also get great benefits including reduced price admission, refreshments for the coach driver, free admission for the group leader and free parking for your coach.

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Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Knole on the National Trust Collections website