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It's not just what is inside the museum that tells a story, the building itself is part of the long and fascinating history of the castle.
This was the Steward's House and parts of the building date from at least 1720. It was built as accommodation for the Steward and his household.
The Steward was the official who looked after the manor or Honor Of Clitheroe's business ¿ all the legal and financial affairs to do with the castle and its wider property. The Steward's House, like the castle keep and the surrounding parkland came into public ownership as part of Clitheroe's war memorial after the First World War.
So when you walk through the museum you are exploring part of the early history of the region that goes right back to the origins of the castle after William the Conqueror.