Tatton Park


High season: open daily from 10am
Low season: open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am
Opening times of attractions on the site differ so check the website for details

About this Museum

Tatton Park was home to the Egerton family, and is now run by Cheshire East Council on behalf of the National Trust. The site consists of 1,000 acres of deer park, containing a working traditional 19th-century farm with rare breeds; an 18th-century mansion house designed by Samuel Wyatt; the Tudor Old Hall; stunning landscaping and gardens, and an extensive kitchen garden with glasshouses.

Within the mansion is a stunning collection of furniture and fine and decorative art, plus Maurice Egerton’s vast natural history and ethnology collection, which includes more than 220 animal specimens.



Tatton Park, Knutsford
Cheshire, WA16 6QN



Totally Tatton ticket includes entry to all attractions: mansion, farm and gardens.
Adults £11
Children £5.50 (under 4s free)
Family ticket £27.50



01625 374400

Visit info

Length of visit

From 1 hour to all day


Living History events held at Old Hall throughout the year.
Animal feeding and other children’s activities at the farm.
Events programme runs throughout the year including family activities, arts and crafts, and guided tours of the mansion and gardens.
Tatton Park hosts major events throughout the year, including the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show and large outdoor concerts.


Large children’s playground
Café, restaurant and shops on site

Extensive events spaces available to hire for weddings, private functions and corporate events.


Photography is permitted across the site.


Blue Badge parking bays are available close to the stableyard, and there is a drop-off zone for disabled passengers. Much of the site is accessible for wheelchair users, however there is no lift to the first floor of the mansion and some paths are gravelled or cobbled around the site. Hearing loops, accessible toilets, braille and large print guides, and a wheelchair loan service are available.

Detailed information about disabled access to the various attractions on site is available from the website.

Getting there
By car:

Follow signs from M56 (junction 7) or M6 (junction 19)

There is a £5 vehicle entry charge to the site (£2.50 for Blue Badge holders)

By train:

Nearest station is Knutsford

Nearest Venues