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Tatton Park Group Tours and Prices

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The Mansion

The neo-classical Mansion sits in an elevated position in the heart of the landscaped Parkland. It houses one of the National Trust's finest libraries, an outstanding collection of Gillows of Lancaster furniture and is home to a significant collection of paintings and ceramics.

General Mansion Tour - explores the rich history of the Mansion and its important collections, reflecting the wealth and status of the Egerton family.

Hidden Treasures Tour - unveils the secrets behind treasured artefacts usually hidden from public view.

Upstairs/Downstairs Tour - learn about life 'below stairs' with one of our entertaining Edwardian servants on a dramatic tour of the Mansion's opulent state rooms and servants quarters.

"A big thank you to all the staff at Tatton for making our day out such a wonderful memory to treasure."

The Gardens

The Gardens show how they would have existed in Edwardian times. Designed by Lewis William Wyatt and Joseph Paxton, highlights include the Walled Kitchen Gardens and orchards, famed Japanese Garden, Italian Garden, Lady Egerton's Rose Garden and the Arboretum.

General Garden Tour - discover how different generations of the Egerton family influenced the design of this spectacular 50 acre garden.

Japanese Garden Tour - Learn about the team of Japanese horticulturists who landscaped the area more than 100 years ago.

The Farm

The Farm is set in a corner of the estate known as the Tatton Dale and was in its heyday at the heart of the vast Egerton estate feeding family, guests and staff at the Mansion.

Field To Fork - see how the Farm has been producing food since the 18th century and meet some of the rare breed animals that continue to thrive today. Includes a cookery demonstration in the Clydesdale Barn.

Farming Folk of the 40's tour - meet the characters who lived and worked on the farm in the 1940's like Aunt Mary in the Caretakers Cottage, Mr Wigglesworth the Land Agent and resident Land Army girl Nancy Pringle.

Pistons & Pulleys Tour - step into the three storey agricultural mill to experience the restored machinery as it springs to life. Learn about Lord Egerton's passion for pioneering technology and hear tales about the Miller.

Group prices

Groups of 15 people or more benefit from discounted rates. National Trust members enjoy free entry to the Mansion and Gardens as well as 50% discount off standard entry to the Farm (£3.50 per adult/£2.50 per child).

 

Attraction Group Ticket Prices

 

 Single attraction

(Entry to either the Mansion,

Gardens Farm, or Old Hall)

 

 Adult £5.50

Child £4.00 (4-15 yrs)

 Totally Tatton Ticket

(Entry to any 3 attractions)

 Adult £10

Child £5.50 (4-15 yrs)

 

Guided Tour Prices (additional charge)

 

 Attraction  Midweek Weekend 

Mansion: General Tour (25 max)

Mansion: Upstairs/Downstairs (25 max)

Mansion: Hidden Treasures (25 max)

£85

£110

£110

 £105

£130

£130

Garden: General Tour (25 max)

Garden: Japanese Garden Tour (15 max)

£85

£110 

£105

£130 

Farm: Field to Fork (15 max)

Farm: Farming Folk of the 40's (15 max)

Farm: Pistons and PUlleys (15 max)

£110

£110 

£110

£130

£130 

£130