Clitheroe Castle

The medieval castle has some debated history but is thought to been built in the twelfth century and of Norman origin.

It stands above Clitheroe’s skyline, set in nice grounds with a park below.  The museum is open to the public with a small entry fee.

Clitheroe Castle and Museum, Castle Hill, Castle Street, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 1BA

01200 424 568

Visits: (since April 25th) 223122
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