Tabley House Collection 1Tabley House Collection Trust, Tabley House, Tabley Lane, Chester Road, Tabley, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 0HB

The Tabley House Collection is housed in the finest Palladian mansion in Cheshire. The estate was home to the Leicester family for 700 years, until the mid-1970s. Their legacy includes some of the finest art, furniture and books that money could buy, as well as a fascinating family history.

St Peter’s Chapel originally built on an island in the Mere in 1678, was moved in 1927 and re-erected on its present site adjacent to the house. The Chapel, has impressive stained glass, with one window designed by Burne-Jones.  It was recently used as a location for the hit TV series ‘Peaky Blinders’.

Opening Times

  • Friday 8 September: 13:00-16:30
  • Saturday 9 September: 13:00-16:30
  • Sunday 10 September: 13:00-16:50

Booking Details

No booking required

Access

The house is accessible for those with mobility problems or wheelchair users. Please phone 01565 750151 beforehand if this facility as a separate entrance is used. For those using the usual entrance, please note there are some uneven surfaces and steps.

Additional information

The Chapel was used as a film location for Peaky Blinders, for the wedding of Tommy and Grace Shelby. The Weaver Vale WI Choir will be performing on Saturday afternoon. There is a tea room.

Website

www.tableyhouse.co.uk/