Tatton Park

(Cheshire Attractions)

WA16 6QN
01625 374400

Tatton Park, England's Large Visitor Attraction of the Year in 2014, is one of the North West's most popular heritage attractions. Over 800,000 visits are made each year to the 1,000 acres of deer park, Mansion, Gardens, Old Hall, rare breeds Farm and events. 

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There is evidence of human occupation on this site since 8,000BC. Archaeological surveys show that Stone Age people hunted here and that there was farming activity in the Bronze Age. The parkland has been home to herds of deer since 1290.

In the late Tudor period Tatton was acquired by the Egerton family who owned the estate until Maurice, 4th and last Baron Egerton of Tatton died without heirs in 1958. Maurice Egerton bequeathed the estate to the National Trust and in 1960 a lease was drawn up with Cheshire County Council who managed and financed the property on behalf of the National Trust until April 2009 when responsibility transferred to Cheshire East Council.


What to see and do at Tatton Park
From walks to wedding shows, car shows to Canalettos, there is something to suit every passion at Tatton Park.

It is one of the UK's most complete historic estates offering plenty of things to do and great days out with family, kids and friends.

Amongst its many attractions are:

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