National Trust Knole Deer Park Accessible Walk

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Walk Details
The whole family can enjoy the National Trust’s all-ability walk exploring the wildlife of Kent’s only remaining deer park at Knole, which has remained substantially unchanged since medieval times. This walk has been produced with the permission of Lord Sackville.

Knole Park has been home to the same fallow deer herd since at least the 15th century and home to some Japanese sika deer since the 1890s. Please do not approach, pet or feed the deer: when they become tame, they are dangerous to visitors, particularly small children.

Carpark: National Trust Knole Deer Park, Knole House, Sevenoaks TN15 0RP