28 May 2020
A message for our visitors… we're closed
We are sorry that for now Tatton Park remains closed. We're hoping to reopen parts of the park when and where it is safe to do so, and having reviewed the updated Government guidance, we have developed detailed phased plans for reopening safely, legally and responsibly. These plans focus on the safety and wellbeing of our visitors, staff, wildlife and the impact on local communities. Their implementation takes account of the Government restrictions on paid for entry attractions such as Tatton Park and like many other destination attractions, we are awaiting clarification of Government guidance that would allow us to open.
Whilst we hoped to open the parkland to pedestrians first, the recent relaxation of travel restrictions means that this would place extra burden and increased risk on the local area and community. However, once the government clarifies the position on pay for entry attractions, we hope to be able to re-open safely for cars as well as walkers and cyclists, and provide access to the parkland with parking, toilets and the staff required to safely manage these areas.
The Council continues to assess when we will be able to implement this phased approach in line with many other similar properties and estates. Until then it remains safer for everyone for us to remain closed. As soon as it is safe for us to do so, and we have clearance to open, we look forward to welcoming you back.
We are working hard to share with you the beauty and nature of Tatton Park via our social channels where you can enjoy films and footage of the Farm, Gardens and Parkland. Our website also has free activities, inspired by Tatton Park for you to enjoy with your families at home.
We hope to see you soon. Stay well and stay safe.
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Should there be any changes to our opening arrangements or activities in the future these will be communicated as soon as possible, so please keep checking our website and social media channels for updates.