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Cheshire & Greater Manchester

Tatton Park

An historical estate with a neo-classical mansion, 50 acres of landscaped gardens, 1000 acres of deer park, a rare breed farm and medieval Old Hall.

Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN

Red deer at Tatton Park, Cheshire

Important notice

Parkland vehicle entry charge applies seasonally to all visitors, including National Trust members (entry prices from £6.50 - £9.50) Farm entry charges also apply to NT members. Find the most up to date opening times at tattonpark.org.uk

Planning your visit

Red deer at Tatton Park, Cheshire

What to expect from your visit to Tatton Park 

Tatton Park is cared for by Cheshire East Council on behalf of the National Trust. Pre-booking is advisable, but not essential. Find out more about what to expect on your visit.

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Visiting Tatton Park with your dog 

There are some wonderful walks for you and your dog to enjoy at Tatton Park with over 1,000 acres of ancient parkland for you to explore. Find out where you can and can't take them and what facilities are available at this two pawprint rated place.

Visitors meeting the rare-breed animals at Tatton Park’s farm on a group tour
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Group and educational visits to Tatton Park 

Tatton Park welcomes groups of all ages and interests and offers a fun-filled educational programme throughout the year. Find out all you need to know about making a booking.

Easter garden games at Tatton Park
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Family-friendly things to do at Tatton Park 

Tatton Park is a great option for a family adventure. The gardens, farm, mansion and parkland are jam-packed with things to do for the whole family whenever you visit.

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A married couple in a horse-drawn carriage at Tatton Park, Cheshire
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Weddings and meetings at Tatton Park 

Whether it's for a wedding or corporate event, Tatton Park provides a stunning historic setting to make it a day to remember. Find out more about your options and how to book.

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