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Knole Cartoon Gallery, Sevenoaks

Knole Cartoon Gallery, Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 0RP View on map

The largest private house in England, Knole is a fine example of late medieval architecture. It has been the home of the Sackville family since 1603 and was passed to the National Trust in 1946. The Cartoon Gallery contains six large copies of Raphael's cartoons. It includes carved grotesque decoration and a fine plasterwork ceiling.


Opening Arrangements

10am - 5pm (daily) March to October 10am - 4pm (daily) November - February (Excluding showrooms)

Admission Charges

  • Adult: 8.50
  • Child: 4.25
  • Other Charges: Family 21.25. Free to National Trust members. All admission prices include Voluntary Gift Aid Donation


Junction 5 of M25, 25 miles south east of London. Just off A22 at southern end of Sevenoaks High Street, on the edge of Sevenoaks Town centre. Rail: Sevenoaks Station (1.5 miles). No bus routes.

Parking Spaces


£4.00 per car. National Trust members free. Parking for the disabled 50 yards from the house

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes