Easter adventures with The Tiger Who Came to Tea at Tatton Park!

The Tiger Who Came to Tea is making a very special visit to Tatton Park in Cheshire this year as part of the Judith Kerr Centenary activities…

Visitors to the beautiful house and garden will find a fun and interactive The Tiger Who Came to Tea adventure trail in Tatton Park’s beautiful spring gardens launching for Easter from 1 April and running right through the summer until 3 September 2023. 

Little ones visiting this Easter between Friday 7 – Monday 10 April will be rewarded with a chocolate treat.

Little, and not so little, explorers can engage with nature, the great outdoors and the story of the ‘big, furry, stripy tiger’.

Pick up a trail pack and get hands on playing in Sophie’s Kitchen, collect some teatime favourites along the way and snap a photo with the tiger!

To find out more, visit the Tatton Park website

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