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Gawthorpe Hall is a superb Jacobean historic house, nestled in the shadow of Pendle Hill, east Lancashire. Built between 1600 and 1605 for the Shuttleworth family it had an iconic and important role in the local area.
On a visit you can see the original seventeenth century panelling and plasterwork in the Drawing Room; period Victorian rooms redesigned by sir Charles Barry (architect of Houses of Parliament) showing what life was like for the family in the 1890s and enjoy the splendour of the Long Gallery. The hall also has fabulous furniture, paintings and the Gawthorpe Textile Collection displays on the first floor.
Gawthorpe Hall is also part of Wonderful Things with special events, offers and creative entrance displays telling the story of the money made and money spent in Pennine Lancashire.
Wednesday 28th March to Sunday 4th November 2018
|Wed||12pm – 5pm|
|Thur||12pm – 5pm|
|Fri||12pm – 5pm|
|Sat||12pm – 5pm|
|Sun||12pm – 5pm|
Also open Bank Holiday Mondays - Easter Monday 2nd April, 7th May, 28th May and 27th August.
We suggest you allow at least 90 minutes for your visit. Last entry to the hall 4.30pm.
Gawthorpe Hall is open Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December 11am - 3pm for the Victorian Christmas weekend.
* A charge to enter may apply on special event days'.
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