AboutSituated beside an ancient crossing of Pendle Water, this group of attractive listed Grade 11 farm buildings and walled garden, only a mile from the M65, offers the ideal day out for the whole family, and the perfect base from which to explore the Pendle area either on foot or by car.
Discover the origins of the ancient farmhouse known as Park Hill, which has been carefully restored using traditional building skills to provide visitors with a vivid insight of how this historic house has developed and been adapted from the 1400s to the present day, showing the architectural styles of each period.
The main exhibitions are in the main house which still evokes the atmosphere of the 17th Century.
The Pendle Heritage Centre is open daily and includes a Garden Tearoom, 18th Century Walled Garden, Cruck Frame Barn, a Parlour shop, Tourist Information Centre, Pendle Arts Gallery and a Conference Centre.
Pendle Heritage Centre is open daily except Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
- Disabled Access/Toilets
- Open All Year
- Parking (free)
- Picnic Area
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- In town/city centre
- Café/Restaurant On Site
Parking & Transport
- Car Parking
- Coaches Welcome
Map & Directions
The Pendle Heritage Centre is located 1 mile from junction 13 of the M65 and is signposted.
Public Transport Directions
Bus no's 109 and 110 from Nelson bus station to Barrowford. Short walk through the park to Pendle Heritage Centre.
|Pendle Heritage Centre (27 Dec 2016 - 31 Mar 2017)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 16:00*|
|Museum & Gallery (27 Dec 2016 - 31 Mar 2017)|
|Pendle Heritage Centre (1 Nov 2017 - 24 Dec 2017)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 17:00*|
|Museum & Gallery (1 Nov 2017 - 24 Dec 2017)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 16:00*|