Turton TowerTurton Category Museums & Galleries, Historic Sites
Turton Tower is a distinctive English country house located in the small village of Turton on the edge of the popular walking area of the West Pennine Moors. Originally built by the Tudor Orrell family to defend their land, it later became a luxurious home and is now a historical house and museum open to the public.
• FREE on site parking for cars and coaches
• Gift Shop
• Victorian Kitchen Tea Room
• Meeting rooms and grounds for hire
• Admittance for guide dogs and limited disabled access
Victorian Kitchen Tea Room open Wednesday to Sunday 10.30am - 4.30pm
Why not make a day of it? You can visit the Historic House and explore 600 years of history, peruse the Gift Shop, stroll around the wonderful grounds and gardens. relax in the Victorian Kitchen Tea Room with a light lunch, tea/coffee and slice a cake or just a good old 'cuppa tea and sit down', the children can enjoy the great outdoors in the brilliant Woodland Playarea.
Turton Tower really is too much to miss!
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