Rose Garden Evenings
Wednesday 24th June 2015 | 5:30-8pm
Free Event (Normal Admission Charges Apply)
Find out more about the rose garden and pick up tips for colour and scent. Soothe your garden-weary hands with a refreshing hand and arm massage. Limited availability, pick up a complimentary timed token beforehand.

Summer Deer Walk
Wednesday 24th June 2015 | 7-9pm
Admission: £10.00
Join the Ranger’s for a guided walk of the parkland to see Tatton’s Red and Fallow Deer. If you are lucky, you might get the opportunity to observe new calves and fawns.

A Musical Journey Through Time
Thursday 25th June 2015 | 2-3pm
Admission: £6.00
A light hearted history of popular music with local musicans, John and Ailsa Booth. A whistle-stop tour through several centuries, up to the present day, with musical excerpts using instruments such as a lute, mandolin and psaltery.

Evenings in the Garden
Friday 26th June 2015 | 5:30-8pm
Free Event (Normal Admission Charges Apply)
Spend an evening exploring the garden with our late Friday garden openings.

Beginner’s Acrylic Workshop
Saturday 27th June 2015 | 10am-4pm
Admission: £30.00
A beginner’s acrylic workshop with professional artist, Chris Beesley. Learn about basic acrylic materials, colour and technique, before going on to produce a painting of tulips on canvas

Summer Deer Walk
Tuesday 30th June 2015 | 7-9pm
Admission: £10.00
Join the Ranger’s for a guided walk of the parkland to see Tatton’s Red and Fallow Deer. If you are lucky, you might get the opportunity to observe new calves and fawns.

Guided Walk – Dunham’s Estate
Saturday 4th July 2015 | 11am-1pm
Free Event (Normal Admission Charges Apply)
Join us on a interesting walk outside the park walls to find out about the wider Dunham Massey estate.

Watercolours In The Garden
Saturday 4th July 2015 | 10am-4pm
Admission: £30.00
Join us in Tatton’s gardens to paint by the lake with professional artist, Chris Beesley. Learn about basic watercolour materials, colour and technique, before going on to set up by the lake (weather permitting) and be taken through how to create this beautiful, ‘Monet inspired’ scene.

Tatton Park Stars and Stripes American Car Show
Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th July 2015
Admission: Available via website
One of the UK’s premier events for lovers of all things American! Huge Find `n’ Chrome cars from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s and 1970s including Muscle cars from all eras to the very latest models! Corvettes, Mustangs, Cadillacs, Hot Rods, Custom Cars and more plus the famous Wall of Death. Over 100 memorabilia, American lifestyle and general trade stalls. Live music.`Wild West Shoot Out’ and lots more entertainment for all the family.

Rare Breeds Weekend at the Farm
Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th July 2015 | Normal Opening Times
Normal Attraction Prices
The Farm is a Rare Breed approved conservation centre, so come along and meet Myrtle the Middle White and all of her piggy friends and help promote and raise awareness of these endangered breeds

Stamford Hospital Garden Fete
Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th July 2015 | 12-4pm
Free Event (Normal Admission Charges Apply)
Bring a picnic to our fete and enjoy playing some traditional games, listen to the brass band, and try your luck at a range of amusements.

Foodies Festival
Friday 17th – Sunday 19th July 2015
Admission: Available Online
Foodies Festival returns to Tatton Park this summer as part of their 10th anniversary celebrations. As the UK’s largest celebration of food and drink, families can look forward to a food and fun packed day out and enjoy exciting new features.

Kiddy Cook
Saturday 18th July 2015 | 10am-12pm
Admission: £22.00
Pick seasonal produce in the Gardens and the cook up a storm in the Victorian Mansion. Perfect for aspiring young chefs.

Illyria Outdoor Theatre – The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Sunday 19th July 2015 | 3pm (Doors open 2:30pm)
Tickets: Adults £11, Child (ages 5-15) £7, Family £32 (2 adults, 2 children)
Bored of his chores, left on his own, the sorcerer’s apprentice has a bright idea, waves his wand and ….whoosh!… a broom magically starts to fetch water for him. But as the bath fills he realises he doesn’t know the spell to make the broom stop. In desperation he saws it in half – but this is just the start of everything spiralling out of control! Starts at 3pm (doors open 2:30pm) at the Old Hall.

RHS Flower Show
Wednesday 22nd – Sunday 26th July 2015
Admission: Available Online
Set in magnificent parklands, the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park is a celebration of the best in gardening with a vibrant carnival atmosphere. A spectacular day out, not just for plant lovers, but for friends and family too!

Pond Week – What’s in a Pond?
Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th July 2015 | 12-4pm
Free Event (Normal Admissions Charges Apply)
Take a closer look at the creatures swimming around in Dunham’s ponds. Collect your timed token from visitor reception and join us at the pond for an introduction to the activity.

Iolanthe
Saturday 25th July 2015 | 7-10pm
Admission: Adult £17, Child £12
Illyria present Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe, a comic but romantic summer operetta to leave you with a song in your heart, in the atmospheric setting of Dunham Massey’s Garden.

Ranger Week – Meet the Rangers
Monday 27th – Friday 31st July 2015 | 12-4pm
Free Event (Normal Admission Charges Apply)
Meet the Ranger team in the North Park to join in with some fun outdoor activities and discover how you can tick off some of your ’50 things’.

Summer Activities at the Farm
Tuesday 28th July – Friday 28th August 2015
Normal Attraction Entry Charges
Join us for action packed activities including meeting the newly hatched chicks and ducklings, ‘Don’t wake the beastie’ honey trail, regular farm fact talks, maize maze and the highly entertaining sheep racing! Plus weekend storytelling with our resident storyteller Elizabeth Morris.

Viking Morning
Wednesday 29th July 2015 | 10:30am-12:30pm
Admission: £10.00
A fun filled morning exploring life in a Viking settlement. Experience outdoor cooking, storytelling, shelter building and animal tracking.

Survival Skills
Thursday 30th July 2015 | 10:30am-12:30pm
Admission: £10.00
Ever wondered if you could survive in the wilderness? Build a shelter, track wild animals, play games of stealth and learn about wild foods.