A deer park and manor house, Knole Park is a 15th-century masterpiece built by Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury. The Knole Golf Course lies in the north of the park. While most of the land is free for deer to roam. The deer there are used to people walking close to it which makes deer watching much easier. But the bigger attraction of Knole Park is the Knole manor house.

The 7th Baron Sackville still lives within Knole Park in private apartments. The rest of the manor is opened to the public. Knole has 6 centuries worth of history stored and kept in it. It has been a host to visitors for almost 400 years now. A popular myth says that Knole has 365 rooms, 52 staircases, 12 entrances and 7 courtyards. But that depends on how you count. You need to count for yourself to know whether it’s the truth or after all just a myth. Knole Park is one of the most popular places to attract a large crowd almost every week.

Things to do:


Knole Park with its 1000 acre land is perfect for strolls. With defined trails, you can take a stroll through the park anytime you want.

Knole Manor:

Visit the Knole Manor and discover the historic rooms that hold some of the best collections of art. Discover history in a new light.

Knole gardens:

Visit the private and other gardens at Knole and marvel in their beauty and colours.

Deer Park:

Take a walk in the centuries old deer park where the deer are now available for people watching them.

Knole Conservation Studio:

Visit the conservation studio where you will come across priceless treasures.


Visit the grand showrooms and learn about history through classic paintings. For example the Reynolds Showroom, which holds 9 paintings by Sir Joshua Reynolds.


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