Keep calm and carry on down to the Farm to meet the Home Guard and Churchill himself! Make do and mend with the Land Army girls, and help with their daily chores, potato riddling, butter making and cleaning harness. Learn more about Tatton’s vitally important role in Britain's wartime years. It was here that the canopies of British parachute troops opened for the first time, heralding the birth of Britain's Airborne forces.
With some fantastic music to cater for all ages, listen to our singers, join in with the Lindy Hop lessons and get ready to dance the day away. Why not come in your best 1940s & 50s outfits, and help make it a day never to be forgotten.
Don't miss the tractor and trailer rides to the memorial while you're here!
Refreshments and vintage stalls also available.
Times: The farm is open 11 - 4pm, last entry 3pm.
Book tickets on the Tatton Park website. Standard farm and parkland entry charges apply to all including National Trust members. Book at least three days in advance to get a 10% discount.
|11:00 - 16:00
|11:00 - 16:00
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
Suitable for all ages
- Meeting point
The Farm is a short walk from the main car park.
- What to bring and wear
Why not come dressed in your best 1940s outfit?
There are some uneven surfaces and cobbles at the Farm.
Join us for our annual scarecrow festival this February half-term 2024 at Tatton Park! The gardens and farm will host a trail of scarecrows in the theme of 'Pop Stars'. (closed Mondays)