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Historic Attractions in Burnley

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  1. Add Pendle Heritage Centre to your Itinerary

    Pendle Heritage Centre

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Nelson

    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.

  2. Add The Weavers' Triangle Visitor Centre to your Itinerary

    The Weavers' Triangle Visitor Centre

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    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Burnley

    Located in the Wharfmaster's House and Canal Toll Office at Burnley Wharf, the Visitor Centre contains displays about The Weavers' Triangle, the Leeds & Liverpool Canal and the cotton industry and its workers. Admission is FREE.

  3. Add Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museum to your Itinerary

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    Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museum

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    Arts, Crafts & Galleries

    Burnley

    This 14th century grade 1 listed hall has a rich history with many stories to tell, with grand period rooms decorated with oil paintings and sculptures covering several centuries of life at the hall which was the home of the Towneley family for over...

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  4. Add Haworth Art Gallery (Tiffany Glass) to your Itinerary

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    Haworth Art Gallery (Tiffany Glass)

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    Historic House

    Accrington

    The Haworth Art Gallery is an Edwardian house set in a park with internationally renowned collection of Tiffany Glass on permanent display. The Haworth Art Gallery houses the finest collection of Tiffany Art Glass in public hands outside America.

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  5. Add Gawthorpe Hall to your Itinerary

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    Gawthorpe Hall

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    Historic House

    Burnley

    An Elizabethan Gem in industrial Lancashire, period rooms, work by Charles Barry and Pugin, nationally important Rachel Kay - Shuttleworth textile collection, National Portrait Gallery paintings, connections to English Civil War.

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  6. Add Queen Street Mill Textile Museum to your Itinerary

    Queen Street Mill Textile Museum

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    Museum

    Burnley

    Queen Street Mill is the last surviving 19th century steam powered weaving mill from the days when cotton was king.

  7. Add Woodend Mining Museum to your Itinerary

    Woodend Mining Museum

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    Mine

    Burnley

    Woodend Colliery was a small pit in the Burnley Coalfield, it opened in 1912 and closed completely in 1959 and it was in fact the last vertical pit shaft to be sunk in the area.

  8. Add Towneley Park to your Itinerary

    Towneley Park

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    Parkland/Woodland Garden

    Burnley

    Towneley Park is the largest and most popular park in Burnley. It has a long history as a private estate, with much of it's current landscape the result of work carried out in the late eighteenth century by Charles Towneley.

  9. Add St. Peter's Parish Church to your Itinerary

    St. Peter's Parish Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Burnley

    Dating from 1122, this beautiful Parish Church is known for the sound of its bells, considered to be amongst the best in the country; it houses a small heritage centre which gives a fascinating insight into the history of Burnley.

  10. Add Mary Towneley Loop to your Itinerary

    Mary Towneley Loop

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    Equestrian

    Burnley

    The Mary Towneley Loop takes you on a journey through the South Pennines on the Lancashire and Yorkshire borders.

  11. Add St Mary's Parish Church to your Itinerary

    St Mary's Parish Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Newchurch-in-Pendle

    There was a Chapel-of-ease on this site in 1250 and a later chapel in 1544. The tower itself restored in 1653 and 1712, is the only remaining part of that building which was replaced by the present structure in approximately 1740. On the western face

  12. Add Wycoller Hall to your Itinerary

    Wycoller Hall

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    Historic House

    Wycoller

    The hall was built by the Hartley family at the end of the 16th century and subsequently extended in the 18th by Squire Henry Owen Cunliffe, in order to attract a wealthy wife. Charlotte Brontë is thought to have frequently visited Wycoller village.

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