Scarisbrick Hall was the ancestral home of the Scarisbrick family in West Lancashire.
In fact, it dates back to the time of King Stephen (1135–1154). Furthermore, the Scarisbrick family lived on the site from 1238. Indeed, it remained until the house was sold in 1946 to become a training college. The landmark is considered to be one of the finest examples of Victorian Gothic architecture in England. Parts of the present building, were designed by the architect Augustus Pugin. The most notable feature of Scarisbrick Hall is the 100-foot tower. In fact, this is visible from many miles around
The Hall is an example of residential Gothic renaissance architecture. Furthermore, it is a Grade I listed building of special architectural interest. Scarisbrick Park is an extensive private estate listed at Grade II on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.