Gawthorpe Hall (National Trust)

Description

A 17th Century house with 19th century restoration work by Sir Charles Barry, set in wooded grounds by the River Calder. The house contains Jacobean and Victorian furnishings, a major collection of 17th Century portraits on loan from the National Portrait Gallery and needlework and lace from the Rachel Kay Shuttleworth collection. Gawthorpe Hall is managed by Lancashire County Council on behalf of the National Trust.

Contact Information

Padham
Burnley
BB12 8UA
  01282 771004
  Visit the Gawthorpe Hall (National Trust) website
  gawthorpe@lancashire.gov.uk

Useful Information

Disabled access : Please ring to check and for advice, many staircases.
Opening Times : April to October 1-5pm daily (except Monday and Friday).
Last Admission : Last admissions: 4.30pm.
Admission Prices : Adults £4, concessions £3, accompanied children free (up to 16yrs).

Location Information