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Kiddy Cook - Nikki Geddes Container Planting Course - Bob Buckley Tactile Textiles - Margaret Clark Bug hunting - George Littler In the stocks - Margaret Clark Carding Wool - Margaret Clark Deer watching on Boredom Busters in Summer Environmental walk in the Parklands with the Rangers

Learn at Tatton Park

With 1,000 acres of parkland and four historically significant attractions - the gardens, farm, old hall and mansion, Tatton Park provides ample opportunity for learning in an inspiring setting.

When the last Lord Egerton of Tatton died, he left behind him an estate unrivalled in its historical completeness, with a wish that it be used to educate and delight. Today, Tatton aims to do just this, providing learning opportunities within a fun and stimulating environment.

School parties can experience historic tours, role playing and various hands on activities. 

Adults eager to unlock their potential can learn something new and access our creative classes; animal husbandry sessions; lectures; guided walks; guided tours; deer spotting and archery in Tatton's extensive adult learming programme. Families looking for a fun day out, can make memories and enjoy deer trailer rides and Boredom Buster holiday activities

There is something for everybody to learn at Tatton. Download a copy of Tatton's learning activities leaflet for 2014 (PDF, 960KB).



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