Piglets at the Tatton Park Farm

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The Farm at Tatton Park

You can pre-book your Farm tickets below or ask about availability on the day of your visit. 

Our FAQ’s and Opening Times pages will help you plan your day.


  • No ticket required for concessions. Free entry with valid proof. Includes all carers and children under 4 years of age. (Excludes National Trust membership)
  • Dogs on a lead are welcome at the Farm.
  • Picnics welcome but please picnic responsibly and take litter home with you.

Good to know

Joyful signs of spring at the Farm

If you want to witness the wonders of nature this spring, come and share the excitement of Lambing Week this April. The Farm team work hard throughout the winter months to synchronise the ewes to all lamb at roughly the same time. Sheep scanning has revealed we are expecting 34 lambs in total – 6 singles, 11 sets of twins and even 2 set of triplets!

Kids will love this springtime:

  • Meeting the newly hatched spring chicks
  • Meeting the newly born spring lambs.
  • Learning more about how feed was made for the animals in the Mill.
Lamb at Tatton Park

About the Farm

In its heyday, Tatton Park’s 40-acre farm fed the Tatton Estate family and staff. Today, you can discover this Field to Fork story by meeting farmworkers from the past and present, exploring original buildings such as the impressive 18th century Mill and watching fascinating demonstrations. The woodland play area, den building and kids trails bring young imaginations to life, and of course there are still lots of rare breed friends to say hello to!

The farm is one of only 17 farm parks in the UK to have received the Rare Breeds Accreditation award which recognises their commitment to the conservation, breeding and promotion of rare or endangered breeds of farm animals. Learn more here.

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