Spotted deer during winter in Tatton Park

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Percy the Park Keeper - The Treasure Hunt at the Farm

Date(s)
19 June - 05 September 2021
Description
Percy The Park Keeper Treasure Hunt trail at the Farm Tatton Park. Copyright Nick Butterworth - Copy

Head to the Farm for a summer adventure with Percy the Park Keeper and friends! 

Percy needs your help on an exciting treasure hunt for you and his animal friends down at the Farm. He has lost the ingredients he needs to make his delicious breakfast! Look out for the clues, find the gold coins, and have fun learning about where his breakfast has come from on the Farm. Can you be the first to discover Percy in his cottage?

Make friends with our real-life Jersey Cow, Lucy, and stop-off for selfies with Percy and friends along the way. This delightful trail will take you through our Farm's stableyard, piggery, 18th century Mill, chicken shed, shippon and playground.

Little ones are invited to follow his trail of clues through the Farmyard, looking out for gold coins along the way. Older children can go on to find Percy’s breakfast items hidden inside the gold coins and learn about where his breakfast ingredients have come from here on the Farm. A  family trail in Tatton Park’s Farm, inspired by Nick Butterworth’s book, ‘The Treasure Hunt’. 

Times:

Open Tuesday - Sunday, 11am - 4pm (last entry 3pm) 

Price: 

Farm entry: £8 adult, £6 child. £1 per child for Percy the Park Keeper’s Farm trail sheets.

How to book:
1. Buy Farm tickets between 19 June and 5 Sept 2021 (tickets are being released up to 6 weeks out on a rolling basis)

2. Select the day and time you wish to visit the Farm and the number of people visiting.

3. Scroll down to 'add additional items' and add the number of Percy the Park Keeper Farm trail sheets (we suggest 1 sheet per child).

4. Pre-pay for your Farm and trail sheets together!

Buy Farm Tickets

We are continuing to offer Farm tickets up to a fixed capacity to help social distancing, so please book early to avoid disappointment.