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14th December 2012
People of all ages can step back into Christmas past at Clitheroe Castle Museum.
On Tuesday 18, Friday 21 and Saturday 22 December, museum visitors will be invited on a seasonal tour of the steward's house.
Rachel Jackson, Lancashire County Council's museum manager at Clitheroe, said: "Visitors will be greeted by a costumed Victorian maid or butler and shown into the kitchen where they will be served a glass of port or non-alcoholic Christmas punch and a mince pie.
"The steward, Dixon Robson, will welcome them and join them for a drink, before leading a tour of the house and, weather permitting, the grounds.
"During the tour, he will share fascinating stories of his busy life as a husband, father, lawyer, Gentleman Steward of the Honour of Clitheroe, and philanthropist."
The tours run approximately every 45 minutes from midday until 3pm. Visitors can book in advance or drop in on the day.
Tickets are £4 for adults and £1 for children, and include entry to the museum.