Tatton Park Gardens

Celebrate Spring with us – Book tickets here.

The Gardens at Tatton Park

The Gardens are open and we're delighted to welcome back visitors in time for Spring and high season. Please note that social distancing and limited capacity rules are still in place and tickets must be booked online in advance. 

The Secret Path

A spring trail in the Gardens based on Percy the Park Keeper books by Nick Butterworth is running 2 April - 13 June. Book trail sheets at the same time as booking your Garden tickets by following the links below:


 Open daily

10am - 6pm (last entry 5pm)


Non member tickets -

Adult £8 /Child £6 / Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) - £21

National Trust members -

free entry (NT places are limited and in high demand. Book early to avoid disappointment).

Other concessions –

All carers and members of Historic Houses, RHS and Tatton Garden Society (on production of a valid membership pass). Includes previously purchased Totally Tatton tickets.


If you are an NT member visiting with non-members, add NT tickets to the basket first to ensure availability for your whole group. 

Please ensure you have a ticket for each member of your party. You can buy Percy the Park keeper trail sheets for little ones at the same time.

We’re sorry, but picnics and dogs are not allowed in the Gardens (assistance dogs only).

The Rose and Tower Gardens, Glasshouses (Fernery and Orangery) and Maze are currently closed.


 About the Gardens

Snowbell tree spring - low resPear blossom in Kitchen Garden - low respotato planting in Walled kitchen Garden low res

The 50 acres of landscaped gardens at Tatton Park are the product of almost 300 years of cultivation. Each successive owner from the Egerton family played a part in the evolution of the Gardens by seeking the expertise of the leading landscape architects of the time. As one of the most picturesque gardens in England, it shows visitors today an almost complete picture of how it would have looked in Edwardian times.

All of the different areas of the Garden provide their own atmosphere, plant and tree varieties, stunning seasonal views and wildlife delights. Popular features include the Walled Kitchen Garden, 100 year old Japanese Garden, historic Glasshouses, and Pleasure Grounds.

Explore online using the buttons below for an insight into the Gardens each season and see how you can experience the Gardens remotely from the comfort of your own home with the Candide App.

  what's in bloom  candide gardening app

Cheshire Gardens of Distinction

Tatton Park is one of Cheshire’s Gardens of Distinction. Chester and Cheshire is home to some of the most spectacular gardens to visit in England. It is one of the Royal Horticultural Society's recommended gardens and RHS members enjoy free entry.