Which Lancashire historic homes offer discounts to CPRE members?
Become a CPRE member and help protect our countryside. You can also access discounts to tourist attractions across England. CPRE members get discounts to these Lancashire historic homes nearby.
Have you visited these four Lancashire historic homes yet? Become a CPRE member and you can access these attractions at a discount. For a map of all the discounted attractions for members, check out the latest CPRE member benefits map here.
Visit a Peaky Blinders filming location
The current Hoghton Tower dates back to 1565, but previous structures stretch back to 1109. The Tower, near Preston, has tours, tunnels, and plenty of tales thanks to centuries of visitors ranging from kings and queens to actors and authors, including Shakespeare. Filming also takes place here from time to time – Peaky Blinders and Sherlock Holmes both filmed here. CPRE members may receive half-price admission to house tours.
Visit a historic home near the Forest of Bowland
The Parker family claim their family home, Browsholme Hall near Clitheroe, is the oldest family home in Lancashire, with 14 generations of their family calling it home since 1507. The Hall offers a tea room, tours, gardens, and events, as well as 500 years of objects and history. Currently CPRE members receive half-price admission.
Visit Leighton Hall in Carnforth
Immerse yourself in history and nature at Leighton Hall in Carnforth, the home of the Gillow family. Discover the history of Gillow furniture and explore the mediaeval agricultural heritage of the estate. The grounds feature an ornamental vegetable patch, a 19th century walled garden, and a woodland walk. Adults receive 2 for the price of 1 entry (excluding special events) if they are CPRE members.
Visit these beautiful Lancashire gardens
Gresgarth Hall near Caton, Lancaster, boasts beautiful gardens designed by Lady Arabella Lennox Boyd. CPRE adult members receive up to 10% off admission fees, and free entrance for up to 3 children. Discover the bog garden, lake, wild garden, vegetable garden, terraces, hellebore and lilac walks, not to mention the arboretum and rhododendron walk. The garden is open at select times of year – check out the Gresgarth Hall website here for opening times and accessibility information.