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His music records, gramophone and visitor book bring to life his time at Knole.
Peek into the store of our conservation studio to spot priceless treasures waiting to be conserved.
Go on safari: South Africa is home to the Big Five – buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino – and a host of other animal, bird and plant species.
To see the Big Five, your best bet is to head for the Kruger National Park and its environs in Mpumalanga or Limpopo, where many five-star lodges are located.
In the 500 m length of the caves open to tourists, there are many dominant and powerful drip-stone formations.
The ceiling of the caves contains fossilised colonies of blue-green algae known as "stromatolites".
From the sweeping parkland with its wild deer herd to the grand showrooms and world-class collection, there is something for everyone at Knole.
Whether you have an hour to spare or a full day ahead, plan a visit to Knole and enjoy a splendid day out in the Kent countryside.
Soak up the sun: South Africa has some of the most beautiful, pristine beaches in the world, and Cape Town’s famous beaches, such as Clifton and Muizenberg, along with Durban’s glorious beaches are extremely popular.
These caves are the oldest known to mankind, formed over 300 million years ago.
Prehistoric man discovered these caves and at the beginning of the 19 th century they were used as refuges by sections of the Swazi people.
From Wednesday to Saturday, join our conservators in the studio itself and get hands on at the interactive displays.
Join us for a variety of heritage workshops, talks and activities in the Hayloft Learning Centre.