Spotted deer during winter in Tatton Park

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What's in Bloom: Winter highlights

The Garden can look like a winter wonderland at this time of year. Until you can visit us again in person, see below for some pretty wintry scenes captured at different corners of our 50-acre Garden:

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Above left: a view taken from the Mansion steps looking out across the Italian Terrace to views of the Parkland beyond

Above right: the gazebo on Charlotte's Garden, along with the remnants of a snowman!

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Above left: the African Hut off Broad Walk, which is a good spot to take a rest when exploring the Gardens. It's what the last Lord Egerton did! 

Above right: Sedum heads dotted with snow

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Above left: Heathers growing in the border at the top of Broad Walk, just alongside the Topiary

Above right: wooden bridge over Golden Brook

For more stunning images of Tatton Park Gardens in the snow, view our Gallery in the Gardens online, from the warmth of your own home.

The Glasshouses

Whilst the open areas of the Garden are open to the public, certain areas, such as the Rose Garden, Glasshouses and Fernery remain closed where social distancing is not possible. We're sorry you can't visit these particular sections, but why not read about them instead? Read more about Tatton's Glasshouses and orchid collection.

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Video footage to bring you closer to the Gardens

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Here are a few one-minute-long ambient videos, filmed in the Gardens last summer. If you are unable to visit Tatton Park at the moment, we hope you can enjoy the sights and sounds of nature, captured in these short films and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.

  1. A one-minute video showing a view across the Dipping Pond, with ferns and leaves wafting in the breeze, a fountain and backdrop of birdsong
  2. A one-minute video showing spring colour in the Japanese Garden, looking across to the Tea House
  3. A one-minute video looking across to the Shinto Shrine and Almond Eye Bridge in the Japanese Garden, and a Coot nesting on the water

Our Head Gardener has also taken additional video footage during one of his working days in the Garden. Join him and step inside our world-renowned Japanese Garden

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