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Shaun the Sheep: Find the Flock

Spring into baa-rilliant adventures with Shaun the Sheep on a colourful arts trail in our blooming gardens!

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event (admission applies)

Pick up a trail sheet (small charge) and explore Tatton's 50 acres of glorious gardens.

The supersized Shaun the Sheep sculptures have been designed and painted by local and regional artists, some inspired by the flora and fauna you'll find in our gardens from around the world. Look out for a Botanical inspired Shaun grazing near the Fernery and a blossoming Shaun framed by the Japanese garden Cherry blossoms ....can ewe find them all?

Standard parkland and garden entry fees apply. Small charge for Shaun the Sheep activity trail applies.

Book three days in advance on the Tatton Park website for a 10% discount

Times

Prices

Event ticket prices

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

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The basics

Suitability

Suitable for all ages

Meeting point

The Gardens

Accessibility

The Gardens are a short walk from the main car park. There are spaces for blue badge holders in the small car park nearer to the gardens. There are mobility scooters available for hire to use within the Gardens only. Contact Tatton Park to book.

Upcoming events

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on
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at
09:00 to 18:00
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on
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at
11:30 to 12:30
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on
28 May 2024
at
10:30 to 12:00
+ 1 other date or time
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Secrets of the Old Hall Tour 

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on
30 May 2024
at
10:30 to 12:00
+ 1 other date or time