Come Learn With Us
If you are visiting as a school, you will receive a warm welcome at Knebworth House. We cater for students of all ages and backgrounds. Our award winning programmes are designed to educate, inspire and entertain. The unique historic setting, exciting learning activities and stimulating outdoor spaces will provide a day out that your pupils simply won’t forget!
Our education programmes are available from March to September. A visit to Knebworth is a fabulous opportunity for pupils to experience learning outside the classroom in a magical setting; whether they are discovering local and British history, exploring the natural outdoors, or being inspired by the beautiful landscape to create amazing stories.
If you are visiting from June onwards, you may choose to visit the Adventure Playground where children will have endless fun on the play equipment and exploring Fort Knebworth.
Our educational programmes cover subjects across the curriculum, including History, Science and Literacy days. All of our education programmes are guided by our highly-regarded team with an emphasis on hands-on activities. Should you have any queries about the educational content of the programmes, or wish to explore any other ideas just let us know.
Our Group Bookings team are available to help you plan your visit. Phone 01438 810931, or email
Download our Education Brochure 2018 (pdf) for details of our exciting programmes for children and students of all ages. The rates for 2018 are £11.50 per student (2-18 years), £11.50 per adult. 1 free adult place is offered with every 8 paying children. Minimum booking: 20 places.
The Knebworth House Education and Preservation Trust is now in its fourth decade of offering a high quality programme to educational visitors. We are delighted to have continuously held the Sandford Award for excellence in heritage education since 2001.“Knebworth House is an exciting and interesting place for school groups to visit. The Education team take care to offer visits that are tailored to the particular interests and needs of a group, and which make the most of the House and the collection. Often it is possible for school groups to be the only visitors in the House which gives a group the chance to take time in each room and really engage with the topic in hand. This makes for memorable visits! “ Sandford Award Judge 2016