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Pendle Heritage Centre

Type:Heritage / Visitor Centre

Park Hill
Barrowford
Nelson
Lancashire
BB9 6JQ

Tel: 01282 677150

Pendle Heritage Centre

Facilities

Other

  • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
  • Disabled Access/Toilets
  • Open All Year
  • Parking (free)
  • Picnic Area
  • Toilets
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Provider Preferences

  • In town/city centre

Parking & Transport

  • Car Parking
  • Coaches Welcome

Map & Directions

Road 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.

Opening Times

Pendle Heritage Centre (1 Nov 2017 - 24 Dec 2017)
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday10:00 - 17:00*
Museum & Gallery (1 Nov 2017 - 24 Dec 2017)
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday11:00 - 16:00*
Pendle Heritage Centre (27 Dec 2017 - 31 Mar 2018)
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday10:00 - 16:00*
Museum & Gallery (27 Dec 2017 - 31 Mar 2018)
DayTimes
Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

Related

BarrowfordBarrowford, PendleBarrowford is a linear village situated to the north of Nelson on the A682. It has 17th and 18th century farmhouses and handloom weavers' cottages alongside the later 19th and 20th century mills.

Pendle Heritage Centre - Cafe, BarrowfordCome and relax over a morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea with delightful views over the restored 18th century feature garden.

Pendle Cycle Tour, PendleA 17 mile on-road cycle route through marvellous undulating countryside and picturesque villages, taking from 3 to 4 hours, depending on the pace you go and how long you stop along the route. Not suitable for beginners.

Thursday, 28th September 2017 - Thursday, 28th September 2017

The Archaeology of Family HistoryPeter Marsden will enlighten the Friends and guests about the link of DNA in local families to the Norse Vikings.  The Vikings arrived on the shores of Lancashire from Dublin in the 10th Century and travelled on ancient routes through Pendle and the Pennines.  
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