Spread across the grounds of a historic estate in Cheshire, Tatton Park have been carefully expanded and cultivated since Edwardian times.
With a neo-classical mansion; 50 acres of scenic garden and parkland; and a working 1930s styled farm, a day out at Tatton Park offers plenty of variety.
Thousands of plants grow throughout the year in the various sections of the gardens, offering bursts of colour and seasonal blooms whenever you visit. Featuring a walled kitchen garden, a Japanese garden (including a Shinto shrine and other artefacts from Japan), and a mixture of pleasure areas, horticulture fans can spend an entire afternoon exploring everything that Tatton Park has to offer.
Elsewhere, on the 40 acre working farm (once used as the primary food source for the Tatton Park estate), visitors can watch cheese making and milking demonstrations, or try their hand at the seasonal maize maze.
Tatton Park will be reopening on 3 June following the COVID-19 lockdown, although the mansion will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Please check the website through the link below for booking information and restrictions before travelling.
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