As an RHS Partner Garden, Tatton Park have an exciting opportunity to become shortlisted for RHS Garden of the Year. So, they need your help!

If you love spending time in Tatton Park’s glorious gardens, whether it’s the serenity of the world-famous Japanese Garden, tree bathing amongst the American Redwoods, or simply playing hide and seek with little ones, please vote Tatton Park gardens as RHS Partner Garden of the Year 2022.

                 Japanese Garden, Tatton Park       Japanese Garden, Tatton Park

Celebrating special places and people

Visitors can enjoy year-round colour in 50 acres of beautiful gardens set against the stunning backdrop of our 1,000-acre parkland. The gardens are rated among the most complete in the country and represent more than 200 years of garden design history. Today a skilled team of 10 gardeners and over 70 volunteers (led by head gardener, Simon Tetlow) care and maintain the collection of gardens from around the world.

The search is on!

Following the success of the first competition in 2021, the RHS is once again asking visitors to their Partner Gardens to vote for their favourite ‘Feel Good Garden’ out of more than 200 RHS Partner Gardens in the UK and overseas. The competition recognises the value of gardens for health and mental wellbeing.

So, if you love the gardens as much as the teams who care for them, please take a minute to place your vote. All voters will be entered into a prize draw to win a pair of tickets to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival in 2023 with a luxury two-night stay close to the showground.

Voting closes 30 September 2022. Visit at:
Are we your RHS Partner Garden of the Year 2022?

Want to visit the gardens?

Entry is free for RHS and National Trust Members, £8 adult / £6 child / Family ticket from £15. Early bird discount - book online 3 days in advance and save 10%.


Tatton Park Gardens
Tatton Park Gardens

50 acres of award winning gardens representing over 200 years of garden design and history.



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  2. Ann23r
    Thank you!
  3. Ann23r
    Thank you!

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