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July and August Events at Tatton Park


Foodies Festival, the UK’s biggest food festival returns to Tatton Park 12, 13, 14 July
The UK’s biggest food festival features delicious food, live music, workshops, masterclasses and top chefs.

Hear live performances from much-loved headliner Scouting for Girls, boy band power group Boyzlife and the Specials favourite The Neville Staple Band. Joining them on stage will be Queen tribute band Flash.

At Foodies Festival there will be top chefs and MasterChef winners cooking live; you can try sweet treats with Bake Off winners and top bakers, sample new wines, champagnes and cocktails, eat delicious street food from around the world, taste new flavours, meet artisan producers, have fun all day with chilli eating competitions and food challenges.

Also on offer are a new extended Kids Zone with Kids Cookery theatre, slime challenge, and brand new Dog Arena.

RHS Flower Show: 17-21 July: For details go to :


Viking Sunday 11 August:
Renowned for their authenticity and humour, as well as their film and television work, the Vikings of Middle England, along with others, invade Tatton's Old Hall! Although the BBC have called them "frighteningly realistic," these Vikings have promised to adapt their activities to suit a family audience. But would you trust a Viking's word? After all, Viking means "sea robber" or "pirate." However dramatic they may be, their engagement with the audience is entertaining and educational. Experience combat as well as domestic life, trades and skills such as coin striking and calligraphy. Have a go at archery (small charge), try on armor and enjoy storytelling.
Open 12pm to 5pm (last entry 4pm)
Adult £7, Child £5, Family £19

Traditional Country Weekend at the Farm 24 - 26 August:
Visit the Farm for a weekend of traditional English fayre and fun. Take part in the egg and spoon race or show your strength in the Farm's tug-of-war. There'll be morris dancing, and on Sunday only there will be sheepdog demonstrations. Traditional stalls include local ice-cream and cheeses, old-fashioned sweets and Tatton’s own produce. Gain an insight into traditional country crafts with spinning and dry stone walling demonstrations. A great day out.
Time: 12pm - 5pm (last entry 4pm)
Prices: Normal Farm admission applies - Child £5, Adult £7, Family £19
National Trust members recieve half price only on production of a valid NT card.
£7 vehicle park entry applies to all.

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