Family Monday at Knole
South East | Kent
Mon 24th Jul 2017
Family Monday at Knole
Periods: Georgians and Victorians
Exhibition or displayHands-on activityFamily fun

Join the National Trust at Knole in Sevenoaks for a FREE event suitable for children aged 5 -12.

We'll be looking at Knole during the Victorian period - you could even come dressed up as a Victorian visitor! You'll also be able to see some of the finds from under the floorboards, and there'll be a range of craft activities to take part in on the day.

Event details

Organiser: National Trust
Booking details: You do not need to book this event
Fee details: This event is free to attend

Dates and times

Mon 24th Jul 2017 11:00-15:00

Venues and locations

Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15 0RP

Tel: +441732462100
Directions: By train The nearest station is Sevenoaks, which is 1½ miles away and on the Southeastern line. To walk to Knole from the station, turn right and walk up the hill, through Sevenoaks High Street, until you reach St Nicholas Church on your right. Knole is clearly signposted on your left. Alternatively, there are taxis available from the station. By road Please note: some sat nav systems will not direct you correctly to Knole using our postcode. Use postcode TN13 1HU and follow directions below. From north and west: leave M25 at exit 5 (A21) and follow signs for Sevenoaks. Turn right at mini-roundabout. Park entrance is in Sevenoaks town centre, left off A225 Tonbridge Road (opposite St Nicholas Church). From south: Leave A21 at junction signposted Sevenoaks and follow A225 for Sevenoaks. Park entrance is on right after about 2 miles. From east: Follow A25 through Seal. Turn left at traffic lights. Continue ahead and through high street. Park entrance is on left 300 yards beyond top of the High Street Parking: Our car park is open year round (except 24 and 25 December). Parking is free for National Trust members or £4 per car for non-members. Please have your membership card ready to show at the gatebox as you enter the park. As Knole park is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, our car park is partially matted and partially grass/soil. Disabled parking spaces are available and marked. The car park is 60 yards from the main entrance to the house. There is alternative Pay and Display parking in Sevenoaks town centre, and a walking route through the park to reach the house.

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