Spotted deer during winter in Tatton Park

Pre-booking advisable, but not essential – everyone welcome.

One Snowy Night: A Percy the Park Keeper Christmas Garden Tale

Date(s)
27 November 2021 - 03 January 2022
Description
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Tatton Park’s winter gardens hosts a magical event for families this Christmas. Inspired by ‘One Snowy Night’ from renowned children’s author, Nick Butterworth, the gardens bring to life the tale of friendship and kindness.


Brrrrrr…. you’ll need your trail sheet (and winter woollies!) to discover how Percy helps his animal friends on a cold Christmas eve. Warm up toasting your marshmallow by the fire before heading off to see Percy’s surprise present by the Christmas tree. Let the beautiful wintery scenes and tasty treat from Percy make you feel festive and full of cheer.

Times:

Open on selected dates between 27 November and 3 January 2022. 

The Gardens are open Tuesdays - Sundays 10am – 4pm (3pm). Also open Monday 20, Monday 27 December and Monday 3 January 2022.

Closed Mondays (except Bank Holidays) and Christmas Day.

Booking:

General admission:

Adult Garden entry - £8
Child Garden entry - £8 (includes Percy trail sheet & pencil, festive treat from Percy and Christmas sticker)

Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children) - £27  (includes Percy trail sheet & pencil, festive treat from Percy and Christmas sticker per child)

Book 'One Snowy Night' General admission tickets (between 27 Nov and 3 Jan 2022).

National Trust admission:

NT adult entry – Free (on production of a valid membership pass)
NT child entry - £4 (includes Percy trail sheet & pencil, festive treat from Percy and Christmas sticker)

Book 'One Snowy Night' National Trust tickets (between 27 Nov an 3 Jan 2022). 

£8 vehicle parkland entry applies to all (including National Trust members). 

 

Please note, booking the 'One Snowy Night' event is only valid for Garden entry. To visit Father Christmas at the Farm, please book that here.