Knole Park Parking
Information about Parking in Knole park
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Knole Park is a 947-acre organic Site of Special Scientific Interest and resides in the town of Sevenoaks in the county of Kent in the South East of England. The National Trust owns 43 acres of the park as well as Knole Park with the outstanding acres owned privately by the Knole estate. Knole Park is also located in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The park is full of woods, ponds, parkland and sharp woodland and has the greatest ancient woodland invertebrates in the whole of the county. This incorporates the extremely nationally rare beetle, the platypus cylindrus and other countless nationally rare species, as well as the fungus flora.
Knole Park is open year round to the public, a herd of around 350 fallow and sika deer live there, these are kept and governed by the Sackville family's Knole Estate. There are enclosed picnic areas for you to indulge in homemade delights after a long morning exploring the grounds with your family and furry friend. Knole Park has its own shop in Green Court which oozes with characterful souvenirs, homeware, yummy treats and pocket money toys. The well loved Knole Park Golf Club is also situated within the park.
Knole Park was even the location for the Beatles promotion video for ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’.
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Parking at Knole park
The car park at Knole Park is open all year round, with the exception of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (24th and 25th December).
Parking is free of charge for National Trust Members or a charge of £5.00 per vehicle for non-members, this includes disable blue badge holders. This is for those wishing to visit Knole House as well as Knole Park. The car park cannot be booked separately by visitors whose intention is just to visit the park.
The spaces are created in order for vehicles to park facing forward. There are disabled parking bays available and are clearly marked.
Further information found on the following link about parking at Knole Park: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/knole
Those who intend to only visit the park can do so free of charge on foot.
Sevenoaks Town Centre car park (TN13 1LW) is a 25 minute walk away
The car park has 480 standard spaces and 19 blue badge bays. Including eight charging points.
Charges Monday to Friday:
- All Day - £5.50
- Weekly - £25.00
- Monthly - £100
- Up to 4 hours - £1.00 per hour
- Up to 5 hours - £4.50
- All day - £5.50
Sundays and bank holidays:
The Sevenoaks District Council page has further information on parking in Sevenoaks.
Alternatively, you can browse the Knole Park parking options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term parking at Knole Park options available near Sevenoaks.
The nearest train station is Sevenoaks (TN13 1DP) this is a 23 minute drive or a 35 minute walk from Knole Park.
The station runs on the South-eastern line and has direct trains into the capital to London Charing Cross, London Blackfriars, London Bridge and the likes of Tunbridge Wells and Ashford International.
SouthEasternRailway has all the necessary information on planning your journey by train to and from Sevenoaks.
Sevenoaks School is the nearest bus stop to Knole Park and is a three minute walk away. The following buses stop there: T3, 5, S5, TW5, and TW7.
The Chequers Sevenoaks is a five minute walk and is met by bus 790.
Stop C sits an eight minute stop and is serviced by bus 6
Stop D is a nine minute walk and buses 2, 306 and 308 service it.
Knole Park lies close to the town of Sevenoaks. 34 miles away from Central London.
From the North and West: Use the M25 motorway, exit at Junction 5 onto the A21.
From the South: Use the A21 A road onto the A225.
From the East: The follow the A25 A road through Seal.
Sat Nav Postcode: TN13 1HX
Buses stop a three, five, eight and nine minute walk away.
Sevenoaks train station is a 35 minute walk away.
London Gatwick Airport (RH6 0NP) is the nearest airport to Knole park and lies a 45 minute car drive or a two hour bus and train journey away.
Gatwick has both domestic flights across England and the UK and international arrivals and departures globally.
Disabled Parking at Knole park
There are disabled spaces available in Knole park and admittance to Knole House and the park is charged at £5.00 for non-members and free of charge for those who are a part of the National Trust.
Those wanting to only visit the park and can do so free of charge can park in the Sevenoaks town centre car park. There are 19 blue badge bays. All day parking charges are £4.50 Monday through Friday and free of charge on Sundays and bank holidays.
Blue badges need to be displayed in vehicles at all times whilst parked in designated disabled bays.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Knole park, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Sevenoaks. The closest ones to Knole park are:
- Sevenoaks Leisure centre
- Bradbourne MSCP
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Parking in Knole Park is allowed seven days a week, including weekends. Overnight parking is not allowed. The charge per vehicle is £5.00 for non-members and free for National Trust Members.
Parking in Sevenoaks town centre is £5.50 all day Monday to Saturday and free of charge on Sundays and bank holidays.
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What is there to do at Knole park?
Wander around the park and take a picnic to have in the designated picnic area. Or visit Knole House and see the many wonders it has one offer and browse through its shop of delights.
Where is Knole Park?
Knole Park resides in the town of Sevenoaks in the county of Kent in South East England.
Who owns Knole Park?
The National Trust owns around 43 acres of the luscious park, including Knole House and the rest is owned by the Sackville family, which has been passed down from 13 generations.
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