The Pendle Heritage Centre, Barrowford is the perfect place to explore. It has a Museum, Shop, a Walled Garden, Bluebell Wood and attractive Tea Room serving hot and cold lunches. It is the gateway to the Pendle Hill Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, just 1 mile off the M65.
As of 4pm on Wednesday Evening, 4 November 2020, the Pendle Heritage Centre will be closed until the 2nd of December, in accordance with Government announcements. All at Pendle Heritage Centre would like to thank everyone for their custom and support through this difficult time.
Tea Room 9.30am – 4pm Daily
Shop and Museum – 1.1.00am – 4pm Daily – last entry to museum 3.00pm
The Museum includes…
- The history and archaeology of the Park Hill farmstead
- Vernacular buildings of Pendle Forest
- Conservation work of Heritage Trust for the North-West
- The story of the Pendle Witches
- George Fox and the Quakers
- The Bannister and Swinglehurst families of Park Hill
Pendle Heritage Centre has a lovely cottage garden, an Eighteenth Century Walled Garden and small Garden Museum. Box parterres and historic plants create a beautiful old-world character with changing scents and sensations throughout the year.
The Tea Room overlooks the Walled Garden. It serves home-made cakes, soups and traditional Lancashire dishes with vegan and vegetarian options.
Pendle Heritage Centre
Park Hill, Colne Road
Barrowford, nr. Burnley,
Lancashire BB9 6JQ
Telephone: 01282 677 150