Welcome to Tatton Park

Open for you to explore...Deer

Located in 1,000 acres of the most beautiful deer park, the former Egerton family home is a wonderful estate for you to explore. You're welcome to uncover centuries of history at the Medieval Old Hall or witness life above and below stairs and discover a fascinating collection of fine art and family memorabilia in the Mansion. Wander at leisure through huge, glorious Gardens and take the kids to meet very special rare breed animals at our working Farm. You'll love stopping off in the Stableyard where you can sit back, eat, drink, browse and buy.

Opening times for attractions do vary so please check our opening times before your visit.

Great value


Benefit from huge discounts by choosing a Totally Tatton Ticket which allows entry into all three of our attractions. It's a cost effective and flexible choice as all three visits do not need to be made on the same day* and can be to any combination of our three main attractions (Mansion, Gardens, Farm).

  • Totally Tatton Child £7
  • Totally Tatton Adult £13
  • Totally Tatton Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £33

Purchase your tickets online today or buy on arrival.

* Parkland vehicle entry (£7) will apply on each visit.

New for 2018: Field to Fork - a Taste of Tatton

Delve into our Field to Fork story at Tatton; an estate which has sustained generations, from the animals reared at the historic Farm to the produce grown in our plentiful Gardens and the food available within our beautiful Parkland estate. And of course don’t miss out on the chance to find out how the food was prepared and cooked within our neo-classical Mansion’s kitchen and servant quarters. Across the estate there’s lots of exciting and interactive ways for you to learn more about this story of sustainability:

  • Go on a fascinating food journey as you explore field to fork trails within the Parkland and Gardens
  • Imagine the hive of activity in our Mansion kitchens as the aroma of bread in the bakehouse and cheese in the dairy wafts through the air
  • Learn fascinating facts about the food varieties in our Orchard and Walled Kitchen Garden.

Field to Fork at the FarmFarm mill and hen

The centrepiece of our Field to Fork story is a £1.3million Heritage Lottery Fund investment in the Farm which officially launches in July 2018. Our atmospheric Mill has been painstakingly restored, its fascinating story told through the voice of the Miller amongst the grinding and turning of original machinery lovingly brought back to life. You’ll have the opportunity to hear intriguing soundscapes in our original slaughterhouse, witness exciting food demonstrations such as cheese and butter making, and meet colourful characters from centuries ago - don’t be late for an interview with Mr Wiglesworth, the Land Agent! And of course meet the stars of the show - our rare breed animals, including sheep, goats, pigs, cows and horses.

Also new for 2018...

The Tatton Costume Ball in the Mansion

In 1897 Tatton Park hosted an extravagant costumed ball, in celebration of Wilbraham Egertons Earldom. Discover the guests and the costumes they wore, the music and colour of high society entertaining. Explore the vital role the servants had in preparing to host such an occasion and marvel at the enormous quantities of food required to feed the guests. Two newly accquired portraits of Earl and Countess Egerton wearing their ball finery will be on display for the first time, along with a replica of the costume worn by the Countess.

Maurice Egerton’s Kenyan Legacy Exhibition

Maurice, 4th Lord Egerton, left a lasting legacy in Kenya. This fascinating exhibition explores the development of his African estates and the story of his time in Kenya, where he is still celebrated and held in great affection today. With original artefacts from his travels in Africa, to the detail of his farming estate, this exhibition provides a wonderful insight into the last Lord Egerton’s time and legacy of a country he held dear.


For nearly 400 years the estate was the property of the Egerton family until it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1958. Today it is financed and maintained by Cheshire East Council.