Knebworth House

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Knebworth House
The Estate Office,
SG3 6PY Knebworth

Venue information

One of England's most beloved stately homes, Knebworth House is famous worldwide for its rock concerts and as the home of Victorian novelist Edward Bulwer Lytton - author of the words "The pen is mightier than the sword" - this beautiful gothic mansion is situated 29 miles north of London off the A1(M) at Stevenage.

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Address: Knebworth House
The Estate Office, SG3 6PY Knebworth
Public transport
By Rail

The nearest rail station is Stevenage, two miles Knebworth Park. There is a taxi rank at the station. Non-stop Inter-City and local services run to Stevenage station from London's Kings Cross station around every 30 minutes. There are also frequent Inter-City connections on the East Coast main line from Cambridge, York, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

By road
Knebworth House & Park are accessed direct from the Junction 7 roundabout of the A1(M) motorway at Stevenage South, 29 miles north of London. There are signs on both carriageways of the motorway.

If you are using a Sat Nav system use the post code of the Stevenage Novotel at Junction 7 - SG1 2AX - not the Knebworth House post code.


Car Parking: There is ample and free car parking within Knebworth Park during our published open times.

There are two main car parks:

The Adventure Playground field on your right as you enter the Park through the flag poles. Visitors are welcome to drive up to the low fencing around the playground and park close to the play area offering both easy access and views of the play area. Please note that you will be driving across an uneven field. To the left of Knebworth Fort at the playground is a disabled designated car parking area.

Located at the entrance to the formal gardens, gift shop, public toilets and Garden Terrace Tea Room. There is dedicated disabled parking which is clearly signposted closest to the entrance and toilets. The surface of the car park is gravel.


As an historic building, the House regrettably has no lift to the first floor. However, Knebworth's history can be conveyed to visitors with impaired mobility on the ground floor.

Wheelchair accessible toilets are located at the entrance of the gardens, in the House and at the Adventure Playground.

A wheelchair is available for use from the Park Shop.

Parking is available directly in front of the House by prior arrangement.

The Garden paths are mostly gravel.

Guide dogs for the blind and hearing dogs for the deaf are permitted throughout the House, Gardens and Park.