There are two fascinating exhibition spaces in the Mansion: the permanent Maurice Egerton Exhibition Room and the Steward’s Room which houses additional exhibition displays relating to Tatton Park.
We have two exhibitions which have been extended from 2020 to run through 2021 until 31 October. These are included with your Mansion entry ticket and add wonderful insights into the lives of two of Tatton's owners. We've pulled together some highlights here and look forward to seeing you soon to experience the full exhibitions in person.
This exhibition marks 100 years since the death of Alan de Tatton, 3rd Baron Egerton of Tatton (1845-1920). The legacy of his ten-year ownership of Tatton Park includes one of the finest examples of a Japanese Garden in Europe.
After visiting the 1910 Japan-British Exhibition in London, Alan de Tatton was inspired to create his very own Japanese Garden. Discover more about the history and development of his garden, the inspiration behind it and his lasting legacy.
Join us to celebrate the centenary of Maurice, 4th Lord Egerton’s inheritance of the Tatton Estates. This photographic exhibition shows a collection of images illustrating his travels and passions from around the world. Maurice was a keen photographer and never went anywhere without his camera, capturing fascinating moments as he went, such as:
- earliest aerial images taken from hot air balloons
- his involvement in pioneering flight with the Wright Brothers
- the first Grand Prix motor racing
- exploring the Yukon and expeditions in Africa
The Maurice Egerton Exhibition relates to the life and passion of Maurice, the fourth and last Baron Egerton of Tatton (1874 – 1958). Some extraordinary items from around the world are on display in this exciting exhibition, as well as extracts from his diaries and archive film footage of Lord Egerton.