Originally built as an archbishop’s palace, Knole has passed through royalty to the Sackville family, who still live here today.
Inside art lovers will find Reynolds, Gainsborough and Van Dyck as well as seventeenth century tapestries and furniture that make the collection internationally significant.
Only open a couple of days in the year, you will be able to see Lord Sackville’s private garden. A magical space featuring sprawling lawns, a walled garden, an untamed wilderness area and a medieval orchard. Access is through the beautiful Orangery where doors open to reveal the secluded lawns and majestic walkways of the Sackville family’s private space.
A café is on site.
Please note: National Trust Members with a valid membership card on the day of travel, are able to pay coach only price of £23 per person.
There is a refreshment stop on the outward journey at Haskins Snowhill.