Be inspired at Tatton Park Gardens
The 50 acres of gardens at Tatton have been developing for over 200 years with each successive owner playing their part in its evolution.
Lewis William Wyatt and Joseph Paxton, architect of Crystal Palace, designed various aspects. Today it is an almost complete picture of how the gardens existed in Edwardian times, with wonderful and varied features including stunning formal gardens, productive kitchen gardens and glass houses and an extensive arboretum.
The Japanese garden, built over 100 years ago, is arguably the most famous aspect and can easily be viewed from its perimeter. The Italian and Tower gardens are worthy of note as are the topiary, rose garden, maze and recently restored conservatory. Children (and adults!) visiting the gardens can have fun in the maze.
Local attractions and things to do in the area may not be open all year round and may require pre-booking. Please check the attraction website before visiting to avoid disappointment.