‘The Tiger who came to tea’ & ‘Mog’ at Tatton Park
One of the National Trust’s most complete historic estates, Tatton Park is comprised of 1000 acres of ancient deer park which has been home to deer herds since 1290, 50 acres of stunning formal gardens including a world-renowned Japanese garden, an 18th century Samuel and Lewis Wyatt designed Mansion full of treasures, and a working 1930s rare breed Farm, a family favourite.
Tatton Park welcomes dogs on a lead in the Parkland, Farm and Stableyard outdoor area. Unfortunately we are unable to allow dogs to swim in the Meres, or go inside the Gardens, Play Area, Mansion, Old Hall, Restaurant and shops.
There are many delights to discover as well as an exciting programme of events throughout the year, see below for details on ‘The Tiger who came to tea’ & ‘Mog’.
At the farm 19 – 25 August In the mansion 26 – 28 August.
Come and say hello to Mog the Forgetful Cat – she’ll be visiting the farm and mansion to help celebrate the last week of summer fun! (Appearances throughout the day).
Adventures with The Tiger Who Came to Tea Party Time!
26 July / 10.30am – 12.30pm
£22 per child / Age 4+
A fun activity morning of games, crafts, and storytelling in the gardens. Enjoy a special visit from the Tiger himself! Includes a drink and sweet