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A new £20 million conservation studio - the largest in the National Trust’s history - has opened its doors at Knole, Sevenoaks.
The studio, which has been created on site inside a former medieval barn, will conserve many of the treasures housed at Knole and also take in works from other trust sites and other organisations.
The aim is to reach the stone grotto in the centre without getting wet.
The ancestral home once owned by Henry VIII is one for all the family as well as those interested in history.There’s plenty to explore besides the fortress itself, with 500 acres of parkland, a maze and an underground grotto.There are also free falconry displays and boat and train rides to keep families busy.There’s an adventure playground, gardens and a restaurant.This amazing place, on the coast between Dover and Folkestone, was made from the material dug to create the Channel Tunnel and the further you get from the car park, the more wild the site becomes.
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