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If you are visiting Cheshire East for the first time and coming to our Pride Picnic in the Park, then you have the following options:

Where is Tatton Park?

Tatton ParkTatton Park is situated right next to the beautiful town of Knutsford, Cheshire in the North West of England and is easily accessible from major roads and railways with good public transport links to Knutsford. It is just 20 miles from Manchester and 30 miles from Chester.

Parking is available inside the Knutsford Entrance of Tatton Park and at the Old Hall with the main parking area near Tatton Park's Mansion and Stableyard area.  The map of Tatton Park details the car parks (PDF, 1.4MB). Coaches can enter Tatton Park for free and visitors with disabilities who show a blue badge can enter for half price. Other Tatton Park entry prices can be found on the admission prices page of the Tatton Park website.

Courtesy of Transport Service Solutions, we’ll be providing shuttle buses from Knutsford into Tatton Park every 15 minutes, completely free of charge.

Tatton Park address

Tatton Park
Knutsford
Cheshire
WA16 6QN

View at Tatton ParkTatton Park is signposted from Junction 7 of the M56 and Junction 19 of the M6. The entrance to the park is approximately half a mile from Knutsford Railway Station. It is recommended that post code WA16 6SG is used for Sat Nav systems.

  • Birmingham 70 mins
  • Chester 35 mins
  • Leeds 75 mins
  • Liverpool 40 mins
  • Macclesfield 20 mins
  • Manchester 30 mins
  • Nottingham 90 mins
  • Stafford 45 mins
  • Sheffield 75 mins
  • Stockport 25 mins
  • Wrexham 45 mins

Staying over?

Rainbow socksHave you started planning your short break yet? You’ll need a comfortable place to stay before and possibly after your day out at Pride Picnic in the Park. Use this site to browse accommodation in Cheshire East and book your stay.

Whatever your preference, you are sure to find something to match your taste and budget. Cheshire is home to bed and breakfasts, luxury hotelscampsites, cosy cottages and traditional farmhouses for an authentic rural experience.

Visit the Visit Cheshire website for more information.