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House Visit (Selected Saturdays only)

Visit the house and discover this historic building at your leisure, you can download the ‘Live Beacon’ app on to your own mobile device to read about the fascinating history of this iconic building: almost 1000 years of history witnessed on this one, hill top site. From William the Conqueror through to modern times the Tower has witnessed the lives of the de Hoghton family and welcomed many famous visitors. Free access to the walled gardens is included (last entry to the garden is at 4pm).

Your visit includes the State Bedroom, the Ballroom and the beautiful Banqueting Hall as well as other stunning rooms in this Tudor-Elizabethan Manor House. You will also get the opportunity to view our fantastic new projection all about the visit of King James I in 1617 which was funded through the Culture Recovery Fund. We suggest that you allow up to an hour for your house visit. Details about how to download the app will be given in your confirmation email.

Please be aware that this ticket does not include access to the Underground Passages or the Well House.  

The starting point for the visit is accessed either via two flights of stone steps without a handrail or, alternatively, a single flight of narrower stones steps with a handrail. The route itself involves a number of flights of stairs and different, sometimes, uneven floor surfaces. Please be aware that unfortunately, prams / pushchairs are not permitted on the visit route. For more information, please refer to the Facilities and Access page on our website. 

Online tickets are available to book until 10am on the day of the visit (subject to availability). After this time, any remaining tickets can be purchased at the ticket office on site. These are strictly subject to availability. 

By visiting us you are helping to raise funds to help the Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust (Registered Charity: 508357) preserve this beautiful historic building and its ground so that generations to come can continue to enjoy this unique piece of Lancashire's heritage. Thank you. 

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Help support Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust

 

Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation. Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid - an extra 25 per cent - potentially a very significant boost to our places' funds.

 

An extra £1 paid under the scheme can be worth over £3 to the Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust as shown below:

Example Gift Aid price:

Example amount paid by visitor - £11.00

Tax refund from Government* - £2.75

Total received by the Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust - £13.75

* Gift Aid donations must be supported by a valid Gift Aid declaration, and a Gift Aid declaration can only cover donations made by an individual for him/herself and members of his/her family.

You must be a UK taxpayer to participate in the Gift Aid scheme. You need to pay enough Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax in each tax year to cover the Gift Aid claimed on all your donations to charity otherwise you are responsible to pay any difference.

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  • House Visit - Adult Ticket (includes free Garden Admission) £9.00 0 30 max
  • House Visit - Child Ticket (5-16 years) (includes free Garden Admission) £5.00 0 30 max
  • House Visit - Historic House Association Member (includes free Garden Admission) Free
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    Valid membership card must be shown on arrival
    0 30 max
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Close House Visit (Selected Saturdays only)

Visit the house and discover this historic building at your leisure, you can download the ‘Live Beacon’ app on to your own mobile device to read about the fascinating history of this iconic building: almost 1000 years of history witnessed on this one, hill top site. From William the Conqueror through to modern times the Tower has witnessed the lives of the de Hoghton family and welcomed many famous visitors. Free access to the walled gardens is included (last entry to the garden is at 4pm).

Your visit includes the State Bedroom, the Ballroom and the beautiful Banqueting Hall as well as other stunning rooms in this Tudor-Elizabethan Manor House. You will also get the opportunity to view our fantastic new projection all about the visit of King James I in 1617 which was funded through the Culture Recovery Fund. We suggest that you allow up to an hour for your house visit. Details about how to download the app will be given in your confirmation email.

Please be aware that this ticket does not include access to the Underground Passages or the Well House.  

The starting point for the visit is accessed either via two flights of stone steps without a handrail or, alternatively, a single flight of narrower stones steps with a handrail. The route itself involves a number of flights of stairs and different, sometimes, uneven floor surfaces. Please be aware that unfortunately, prams / pushchairs are not permitted on the visit route. For more information, please refer to the Facilities and Access page on our website. 

Online tickets are available to book until 10am on the day of the visit (subject to availability). After this time, any remaining tickets can be purchased at the ticket office on site. These are strictly subject to availability. 

By visiting us you are helping to raise funds to help the Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust (Registered Charity: 508357) preserve this beautiful historic building and its ground so that generations to come can continue to enjoy this unique piece of Lancashire's heritage. Thank you.