Sevenoaks is a pleasant country town with a famous cricket ground, The Vine. The town centre is ¾ mile uphill, see Knole below for buses.
The Museum covers the history of Sevenoaks and the surrounding area. Admission free.
Open M-F 1000-1700, Sat 1000-1600.
One of the great treasure houses of England, set in a magnificent deer park.
Knole has remained essentially unaltered since 1603. Furniture collections, tapestries, textiles and portraits. Café.
Open Mar-Oct, Daily 1100-1600. Park open daily for pedestrians.
Bus M-S infrequent buses from Rail Station to Bus Station, then ¾ mile walk.
A pioneering nature reserve created from disused gravel pits. Lakes, ponds, reedbed and woodland
make it a good site for birds and other wildlife. Nature trail and bird watching hides. Light refreshments when Visitor Centre is open.
Open Reserve Daily dawn-dusk. Visitor Centre Apr-Oct, Daily 1000-1700; Nov-Mar, WThFSSu 1000-1600.
The Reserve is also 1 mile from Bat & Ball station (between Otford and Sevenoaks).
The childhood home of General James Wolfe. Exhibition on General Wolfe's victory at Quebec.
Small garden. Tearoom.
Open Mar-Oct, WThFSSu 1100-1500, guided tours WThF.
Bus 1 (401 Sun) from Rail Station to Westerham Green, 20 minutes journey, about every 2 hours. Operated by Go-Coach. Buses to Westerham also operate from Bromley, Hayes and Oxted.
The home of Sir Winston Churchill. The rooms and gardens remain much as they
were when he lived there. Many of his paintings can be seen in the garden studio.
Open Mar-Oct, Daily 1000-1700, House 1100-1600 by timed ticket.
Bus 1 (401 Sun) from Rail Station to Westerham Green (see Quebec House above), then 2 mile walk.
Buses also operate from Bromley, and Hayes.
A special page shows the best routes London to Chartwell.