Welcome to Tatton Park
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Tatton Park is one of the UK’s most complete historic estates.
It is home to a Tudor Old Hall, Neo-Classical Mansion, 50 acres of
landscaped gardens, a rare-breed farm and 1,000 acres of deer park.
Our speciality shops, restaurant, tea room, adventure playground,
events and educational programmes combine to make Tatton one of the
most popular family days out in the North West.
The Old Hall was the estate manor
house until the late 17th century, when work commenced on a new
house, today known as The Neo Classical Mansion. It
is celebrated for its Gillows furniture and collection of
ceramics, paintings, music, books and the library collection is
considered one of the finest in the National Trust.
Herds of Red and Fallow deer roam freely in 1,000 acres of
parkland. The meres,
woodlands and rough grassland provide a perfect habitat for
wildlife. The parkland is a stunning setting for a leisurely stroll
or high-octane cycle. You can also take a stroll through 50
acres of beautiful gardens reflecting over 250 years
of garden design.The gardens are renowned for their remarkable
glasshouses, the Japanese Garden, considered the finest in Europe
and the extensive Kitchen Gardens, still producing fruit and
The working rare-breed farm is a must-see for our family
visitors. Meet our rare breed cattle, horses, sheep, pigs,
goats, poultry and donkeys and take part in themed events
throughout the year. Children can enjoy the farm's
new woodland play trail and den building area.
Tatton hosts over 100 events a year including the prestigious RHS Flower
Show, concerts, car shows, wedding shows, antiques fairs and much
For nearly 400 years the estate was the property of the Egerton
family until it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1958.
Today it is financed and maintained by Cheshire East Council.