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Due to the current extraordinary circumstances, we are now closed to do our bit in helping to restrict the spread of the coronavirus. Read the latest updates here.

1 April 2020

A message for our visitors… we're closed

Despite our hopes to keep our outdoor spaces open, the health and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, and visitors is our priority.

Due to the current extraordinary circumstances, Tatton Park is no longer able to guarantee a service for visitors or maintain safe social distancing. We are now closed to do our bit in helping to restrict the spread of the coronavirus. We can assure you the decision to close has not been taken lightly. The situation has been fast moving and complex, and we believe that taking decisive action to help implement effective social distancing is in the best interests of all of our visitors and staff, and is part of the collective national effort to help tackle coronavirus.

While it is not possible at the moment to say how long this will last, we want to be able to share the beauty, nature and history of Tatton Park with you via our website, social media feeds and our e-newsletters. We still want to help connect people to nature so keep an eye on our Facebook page and Instagram feeds with news from around the Park.

We hope to see you soon. Stay well and stay safe.

 

Latest government information on coronavirus.

Should there be any changes to our opening arrangements or activities in the future these will be communicated as soon as possible, so please keep checking our website and social media channels for updates.