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Rural life at Home Farm

An authentic 1930s working farm

Tatton Park has a 1930s rare breed working farm © Tatton Park

The perfect day out with the `kids', the farm provides a picture of rural life where time has ‘stood still’ since the 1930s and traditional breeds are still resident. With a play trail and animals to feed there is so much to see and do.

Meet the animals

Tatton Park has a 1930s rare breed working farm © Tatton Park

We're awarded Rare Breeds Accreditation by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. We are one of only 17 farm parks in the UK to receive the award which recognises our commitment to the conservation, breeding and promotion of rare/endangered breeds of farm animals.

Feed the animals

Enjoying our rare breed farm  © Tatton Park

There are plenty of things to do for the children. Feed the goats and hens, meet the pigs and donkeys and visit Aunt Mary’s 1930s cottage. The covered play barn has tractor and trailer rides and there are usually new arrivals to say hello to.

New additions to the farm

During this spring and summer we have welcomed many new arrivals to the farm including a rather special Norther Dairy Shorhorn calf. We've had a flock of White Faced Woodland sheep and a flock of Leicester Longwools... and the farm woudn't be the same without its adorable piglets. We are keeping our fingers crossed for many more exiciting news in 2015!

Plan your visit to the farm

  • Watch our Jersey cows being milked in the Shippon
  • Visit the indoor playbarn with pedal tractors and trailers
  • Adventure into the new woodland play trail
  • Feed the goats and hens
  • Visit Aunt Mary's 1930s cottage where time has stood still
  • Build a den in our new Den-Building Zone
The Farm’s children's adventure area © Evan Powell

The Farm’s children's adventure area

Den building & woodland play trail

The farm has been extended to include a fabulous children's adventure area, which features a woodland play trail and den-building zone which provides a great day out for all the family.

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