Visit Pendle Heritage Centre to enjoy Pendle Hill and the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This attraction is one of Burnley & Pendle’s hidden gems. You will find a Tea Room overlooking a restored Eighteenth Century Walled Garden – Indeed, this is a lovely place to relax with a home-cooked lunch, whatever the weather.
The Pendle Art Gallery has jewellery, silk scarves, ceramics and prints by local artists. Furthermore, the Parlour Shop is a great place to find that perfect gift, book or greeting card. Finally, the centre also has a Museum on Pendle life. Interestingly, this focuses on life in the 1600s, the Pendle Witches, George Fox and the Quakers and the Bannister family
- The History of Park Hill
- The Bannister family
- The Pendle Witches
- George Fox, whose vision on nearby Pendle Hill inspired the international Quaker movement.
- The vernacular buildings of Pendle Forest and how they have been conserved by the heritage centre.