The atmospheric Old Hall was the original old manor house in the park. Built as a manor house at the turn of the fifteenth century the Old Hall presents a Tour Through Time, travelling through 500 years of occupancy.
The Old Hall is set in an enclosure in the parkland between the beautiful mere and the site of an Anglo Saxon village with its landscape history trail. An ideal base for walking and exploring many of the historic elements of the park and for viewing its wildlife.
The Tudor Old Hall has a regular education programme for schools and is the venue for a number of events, such as Shakespeare plays, which benefit from this unique setting. A guided tour can be taken on certain days (Phone for details or visit www.tattonpark.org.uk) and is often cited by our visitors as being both enjoyable and informative with recommendations to others to make time to visit this special corner of Tatton.
Car parking charge £5 per; £2.50 blue badge holders.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|single ticket adult||£6.00 adult|
|single ticket child||£4.00 child|
|single ticket family (2 ads and 3 children)||£16.00 family|
car entry £5 including NT members
From M56, jct 7 or M6, jct 19 and follow brown sign posts.
|Open All Year|
|Special open days - check website (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
|Pre-booked groups only (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|