Sitting proudly within Kent’s last medieval deer park, Knole offers something for everyone. Immerse yourself in the vast estate and follow in the footsteps of tourists who have visited Knole’s showrooms for 400 years.
Originally built as an archbishop’s palace, Knole passed through royalty to the Sackville family, who still live here today. Take in the scale and magnificence of this 600 year old estate by exploring the grand courtyards and tranquil Orangery or wander the winding paths in the parkland, still populated by wild deer.
The vast expanse of Knole’s parkland lends itself to a host of outdoor activities. It’s a place for all ages and abilities and is popular with dog walkers, cyclists and runners. With 1,000 acres to explore, there’s something to suit all kinds of walker and wildlife-watcher.
Monday to Sunday 11am-5pm
Park open dawn to dusk