Pendle Heritage Centre

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Pendle Heritage Centre , listed grade ll buildings, incorporates a Museum, Art gallery, Parlour Shop, Tea-Room, 18th Century walled Garden, Cruck-barn, Tourist Information Centre and Conference Facilities.

Venue Type:

Museum, Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Daily 1000-1600
Closed Christmas day

Admission charges

Free entrance to the Heritage Centre
Museum £3.30 Adults
£1.65 Children/Concessions
18th Century Walled Garden £1.65 Adults
1.00 Children/Concessions
Joint Admission £4.40 Adults
£2.20 Children/Concessions
Family Ticket £9.00
English Heritage 2 for 1
Members FREE


  • English Heritage

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Decorative and Applied Art, Social History

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The Journeys of Lady Anne Clifford - Travel in the 17th Century

  • 13 March 2018 3:30-4pm

Lady Anne Clifford travelled between her castles in Yorkshire and Westmorland. These properties had been devastated during the Civil War and the Border Raids and this indomitable lady was to spend the last twenty six years of her life restoring them to their former glory. The talk will touch on the family history before going on to trace some of these extensive journeys and the problems encountered as this cavalcade of people, horses and wagons made their way through hill and dale.


£2.50 members; non members £4.00

Pendle Heritage Centre
Park Hill




01282 677152


01282 691511

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