Plan Your Visit
Everything you need to know about the show
Show times (17 – 21 July 2024)Wednesday – RHS Members’ Day
10am – 5pm
Thursday – Saturday
10am – 5pm
10am – 5pm (sell off of displays begins at 4pm)
Getting hereThe RHS Flower Show Tatton Park is held in Knutsford, Cheshire.
Address: Tatton Park, Rostherne Drive, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6SG
This is not the postcode for the show car parks. Please follow the AA signage for the show car parks when you reach the surrounding area.
We welcome car-free visitors to Flower Show Tatton Park. It's easy to reach us by train, bus, bike and foot. Plan your car-free journey at Good Journey.
This information is correct at the time of writing, but is subject to change.
Travel by metrolinkTravel by tram from any Metrolink stop to Altrincham where a free shuttle bus operates to and from the show running every 30 minutes. See below for more information.
Visit the Transport for Greater Manchester website to plan your journey by tram.
CyclingCycle racks are located at both entrances to the show.
Travel by trainTrains run between Manchester Piccadilly and Knutsford stations (journey time approx. 40 minutes). Knutsford station is approx. 10-minute walk from the Knutsford Gate entrance of the Tatton Park estate.
For full details on all regional train services (including information for disabled visitors), go to the TFGM website or visit the National Rail website.
Travel by carIf you are planning to drive to the show, please use WA16 6SG to get you to the local area and then follow AA signs to your nearest car park.
Please allow adequate time for your journey as, while we endeavour to keep traffic free-flowing, situations beyond our control may cause delays.
The drop-off point for cars and taxis is the Knutsford Gate, WA16 6HS.
ParkingThere is ample free parking, including allocated accessible parking at the Mansion House entrance.
We also offer a limited number of priority parking spaces at a charge of £8, which are located near Deer Park entrance.
You will be directed to an appropriate car park on arrival. All car parks are open from 8am, and close one hour after the show closes.
Parking on the roads around the showground is strictly prohibited.
Coach parkingA permit is required to drop off coach passengers. Please email [email protected] to arrange this.
If you are travelling by coach, your coach will park in the Mansion House Car Park. To reach the showground, there are two options:
Walking – 15 minutes to Mansion House Gate through the Tatton Park Grounds.
Shuttle and mobility buses – These run back and forth from the Coach Park to Mansion House Gate Entrance.
The coach park is clearly signposted from the A556, and is free of charge.
Food & drink
Food & drinkThere is a selection of food and drink outlets around the showground.
WaterDrinking water is available to purchase across the showground. Free water points are also available and are marked on the map with a tap symbol.
Useful informationThis is a temporary, outdoor event on open parkland and is subject to varying weather and ground conditions. Although some temporary trackway is laid, much of the event is staged on open ground and care must be taken.
We therefore advise that you check the weather forecast for the day of your visit, consider the nature of the event and the effects of any inclement weather on surface conditions, and wear suitable clothing and footwear. In extreme weather conditions, access may be restricted in the interest of safety. Random bag searches are in operation.
Show guidesThe RHS Flower Show Tatton Park show guide provides show information, complete exhibitor listings, highlights and a fully illustrated guide to the Show Gardens and Show Features. The guide also contains a detailed map of the showground.
Show guides are available to purchase in advance with your tickets for £5 plus £3 delivery (posting is only available within the UK). Alternatively you can buy a guide on the day for £8.
DogsWell-behaved pet dogs (one per booking) are permitted at this show. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times and will not be allowed into any of the indoor restaurant areas. Please fully consider the welfare of your pet, and whether the show environment is suitable, before deciding to bring them.
ChildrenEach paying adult can bring two children aged under 5 free of charge (no ticket required). Tickets for children aged 5 to 16 years are £8.
Baby changing and feeding
There are baby changing and feeding facilities at the show.
ATMs and bank facilities
For tickets and show guides payment by card only is accepted. For other vendors, card payments are the preferred method, but there is a cashpoint at the show. A charge applies for cash withdrawals
RHS Gardening AdviceThe RHS Gardening Advice stand is staffed by our team of experts.
At the RHS we are committed to protecting plant health and ask that visitors bring photographs of their plant problems to our shows rather than live plant material. This applies when visiting the RHS Gardening Advice stands or exhibitors and will help to safeguard all the plants at the shows.
Lost propertyLost property is located at Visitor Information near the Deer Park entrance. Unclaimed items are kept for one month, and unclaimed plants for 24 hours, before being donated to local charities.
Please contact us at [email protected] for further information.
Shop and drop
We have a shop-and-drop facility where you will be able to leave your purchases for collection at the end of your visit. This is a free service is run by the charity Canine Partners. Donations are gratefully received.
MusicA bandstand is located near one of the food courts at the show, musicians will be playing throughout each day.
Accessibility at the showWe want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to enjoy RHS Flower Show Tatton Park. For a complete guide on what to expect before you arrive, when you arrive and during your visit, please see our detailed guide.
See accessibility information for our other RHS Shows.
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