Towneley Hall

Towneley Hall dates from the 13th century and is situated in over 24 acres of parkland in southwest Burnley.

The hall contains period rooms including an Elizabethan long gallery and Victorian kitchen. The top floor of the main house holds the art galleries, with displays of oils and watercolours which include works by Alma-Tadema, Burne-Jones and Waterhouse. A museum of local history, originally a brew house, is situated to the rear of the Hall. Entry to the local history museum is free.

In spring 2014 the hall opened new galleries devoted to the decorative arts, touring exhibitions and local wildlife.

 

 


Art we've helped buy at Towneley Hall

Venue details

Towneley Hall Towneley Park, Burnley Lancashire BB11 3RQ 01282 424213 www.burnley.gov.uk/residents/towneley-hall

Entry details

Free with National Art Pass (standard entry £4)

Please visit the Towneley Hall website for full seasonal opening times