1 Classic vehicles of every description

The Lancaster Classic and Performance Car Spectacular Show is back for 2019! It’s the biggest and best of its kind in the midlands, and forms a magnet for all petrolheads about to embark on or complete their latest restoration project – and all points in between. Classic and Performance Car is known for its incredible collection of some of the finest examples of privately-owned classic cars in the country.

2 Club stands so good you will be begging to join them

With a friendly atmosphere, The Classic Car Shows’ annual trip to Tatton Park is well known for the extravagant exhibitions put on by the local car clubs who go all out to impress.

Our loyal clubs are at the heart of the show and help make it what it is and what it has been for the past 30+ years. They work tirelessly to craft the most inspiring stands to provoke interest in their club and their vehicles, and in turn, keep the classic movement alive. We salute them! So much so, that we offer cash prizes for the top three displays at the show every year.

3 Bargains aplenty up for grabs

The Show features a large number of trade and autojumble plots, where you’re sure to find everything you could ever need – and at a bargain price. From parts and spares to accessories, memorabilia and collectables, an opening to the world of classic cars is all under one roof. The autojumble is usually the first stop for the majority of our visitors as soon as they walk through the gates – usually armed with a shopping list!

4 Entertainment

The Lancaster Classic and Performance car Spectacular has a superb line-up of acts in store for you at Tatton Park. We’ve pulled out all the stops to bring you the best entertainers for a fun-filled weekend. If you’re in the mood to grab a drink or a bite to eat then find yourself heading to the beer tent.

5 Tatton Park

Featuring landscaped gardens, a working farm, Tudor old hall and more than 1000 acres of deer park, there is plenty for families to see and do. Tatton Park, England’s Large Visitor Attraction of the Year in 2014, is one of the North West’s most popular heritage attractions. More than 800,000 visits are made each year to the 1000 acres of deer park, mansion, gardens, Tudor old hall, rare breeds farm and events.