Welcome to Hoghton Tower
Walled gardens and imposing state rooms provide an impressive backdrop for weddings and celebrations, a weekend stay, family days out, corporate away days and cultural and educational experiences.
‘’What do I know of Hoghton Tower?… a house, centuries old, on high ground a mile or so removed from the road.’’
George Silverman’s Explanation by Charles Dickens
From the past to the present, the house has many tales to tell, from the visit of King James I in 1617 to a troupe of Shakespearian actors arriving by bicycle to entertain the crowds in 2013. Isn’t it time you paid us a visit?
Opening hours: For our latest opening times see our Take a Tour page.
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- Easter Sunday at the Tower at 11:00AM, Sunday 05 April 2015 Gift Aid Admission £8 adults, £6 concessions. Separate charges apply for the Easter Egg Hunt.
- Easter Monday at the Tower at 10:00AM, Monday 06 April 2015 Parking £1 per car - includes access to the farmers market, tea room and shop. House Tour Gift Aid Admission £8 adults, £6 concessions/children, under 5's free. Easter Egg Trail £2 per entry.
- The Unusual Plant Fair at Hoghton Tower at 11:00AM, Sunday 12 April 2015 £1 car parking. Separate charges for house tours.
As you may already know, this year we’re celebrating our 450th anniversary since restoration by Sir Thomas de Hoghton in 1565. As part of these celebrations we’re delighted to announce the launch of our amazing prize draw – the first in the Tower’s history – with the chance to win exclusive venue hire of the Tower for your own celebration! The draw also marks the start of our five-year Capital Fundraising Campaign, the…
Hoghton Tower features in an editorial in the March edition of Lancashire Life. We are also on the centre spread of the Spring Edition of the Historic Houses Association Magazine and we have a few more articles up our sleeve too. So, drive up that drive and come to visit us soon. Rediscover Hoghton Tower in 2015!