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’.
- Friday 8 September: 13:00-16:30
- Saturday 9 September: 13:00-16:30
- Sunday 10 September: 13:00-16:50
No booking required
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.
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.