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Astley Hall, Coach House and Park

Type:Historic House

Astley Park, Off Hallgate, Astley Village, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1XA

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Astley Hall, Coach House and Park

One of the most intriguing historic houses in the North West, Astley Hall, located in the beautiful surroundings of Astley Park, offers a fascinating look into over 400 years of history and the lives of the families who once called it home. Visitors are transported through time as the Hall’s secrets are revealed to them through the voices of Lady Susannah Hoghton and her staff. Astley Hall boasts a wonderful collection of historic items including some of the most breathtaking mid-17th century plaster ceilings in the country, rare painted panelling and fine English oak furniture. In recent years Astley Hall has undergone an extensive programme of renovation works to preserve its history for years to come.

Within the acres of stunning parkland at Astley you’ll find a fantastic variety of ways to spend a day. From playgrounds to pets corner, tennis courts to woodland trails, there’s lots to see and do for everyone! Once you’ve explored the park why not drop in for a delicious bite to eat and drink at Café Ambio, or do a spot of shopping browsing a range of handmade and artisan goods in Barrica in the Park and the Astley Museum Gift Shop.

Throughout the year, all can enjoy a regular programme of events from outdoor theatre to illuminated spectacles and regular exhibitions in the Coach House Gallery.

Book Tickets


Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult Ticket£5.00 per person per day
Child Ticket£3.00 per person per day
Adult Ticket - Chorley Resident£2.50 per person per day
Child Ticket - Local resident£1.50 per person per day
Family ticket - 2 adults and up to 3 children£10.00 per person per day

All under 5s, people with disabilities and their carers will get free admission.
Annual tickets are also available.


Sunday, 2nd June 2024 - Sunday, 2nd June 2024

Picnic in the Park at Astley ParkPark goers will be able to enjoy their picnics with live entertainment and activities for the family. 
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  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsLancashire Tourism Awards Finalist Lancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2014


Road Directions

Chorley is easy to find - just off junction 8 of the M61. From there follow the many brown tourist road signs to Astley Hall, which is to the west of Chorley town centre off the A581 Chorley-Southport Road Astley Hall is also only a 15 minute drive from junction 27 of the M6, simply follow the A49 Preston route until you see the brown signs at the village of Euxton. Parking for cars and coaches is available in the Astley Village car park to the rear of Astley Hall. This is approximately 300m from the front of the hall. There is no charge for parking. If using a SatNav please use postcode PR7 1XA

Public Transport Directions

By bus Chorley is served by regular buses from surrounding towns, including, Blackburn, Bolton, Manchester and Preston. From the town's bus station C8/9 minibuses operate every 15 minutes to Astley village (except Sundays). By train Chorley is on the Blackpool/Preston/Manchester line, only 30 minutes from the centre of Manchester. Chorley railway station is approximately 20 minutes’ walk from Astley Hall, through Astley Park, or buses are available from the bus station opposite. Euxton Balshaw Lane station is on the Liverpool/Wigan/Preston line is approximately a 30 minute walk from Astley Hall. By cycle There are a number of fences and gates within the park in order to secure cycles.



  • Open All Year

Parking & Transport

  • Coaches Welcome



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