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Filming & Photography

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Bring your vision to life…

Tatton Park is a historical estate with an 18th century Mansion, 50 acres of landscaped Gardens, 1,000 acres of Parkland and a Medieval Old hall. For nearly 400 years, the estate was the property of the Egerton family. After the last Lord Egerton's death it was left to the National Trust and is now managed by Cheshire East Council. 

A fantastic location for filming

We are keen to work with anyone with an interest in Tatton Park as a location for filming or still photography. Although we are a historic property, we also appreciate the pressures that any production team are trying to work to. We will be as flexible and helpful as possible. We have a large, hard standing carpark which is ideal for unit bases with access to water, toilets and power if you need it. 


For further information, to check availability, or to organise a visit to recce our location, please call our Events Team on 01625 374405 or email tattonevents@cheshireeast.gov.uk.


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Please note: Tatton Park is protected from unsanctioned commercial exploitation passed by a byelaw for the National Trust in 1965 which states "No unauthorised person shall on Trust property sell or offer or expose for sale any commodity or article  or for the purpose of trade or reward take any photograph".  We are happy for photography for personal use only and are delighted to discuss any commercial photographic requirements, see below. Wedding and engagement photography is only permitted for the exclusive use of those people holding their wedding at Tatton. Drone filming and photography is not permitted at all on any part of the estate unless part of a commercial filming licence with CAA approval. All funding from photography and filming is used to help maintain and conserve the estate and buildings.