Due to the current circumstances, we are now closed to do our bit in helping to restrict the spread of the coronavirus. Read the latest updates here.

Welcome to Tatton Park

We are now closed

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Enjoy wonderful days out...

We have something for everyone at Tatton Park - with acres of Parkland and Gardens, an impressive 18th century Mansion, historic working Farm and adventure playground, you won't be stuck for inspiration. With over 100 events to discover too, you can experience the world famous RHS Flower Show, indulge in Foodies Festivals or even watch film classics in the picturesque deer park. If that's not your cup of tea we have activities for all ages, from wildlife courses to cookery workshops and our ever popular deer feeds and walks.

Springtime in the park

Lambing week at the farm

Our Farm news

From the pitter patter of tiny trotters to lovely newborn lambs - we share the latest news from down on Farm.

Widlife news

Wildlife wonders

From ancient trees full of wildlife to caring for our rare breed sheep - our Rangers share how they are caring for our Parkland and animals this spring.

Daffodils in the park

What's in Bloom

Spring is the time of nature's great comeback. See what new life begins to appear in the Gardens 

Activities to do at home

Tatton Park Learning Hub

Learning Hub

Experience Tatton Park in new ways through the Learning Hub – a resource for anyone looking for support in home learning through curriculum based activities that are both fun and educational.


Boredom Busters

Have a go at our three boredom-busting activities at home with your children. From 'baffling bread' to 'disgusting digestion'! They're fun, educational and all linked to our fascinating Field to Fork story.

What's on this year

Japanese Garden: Legacy of Alan de Tatton

Japanese Garden: Legacy of Alan de Tatton

28 March - 06 September 2020
Rare Breeds Weekend at the Farm

Rare Breeds Weekend at the Farm

11 - 12 July 2020
Summer Activities at the Farm

Summer Activities at the Farm

28 July - 28 August 2020