Welcome to Hoghton Tower
High on a hill in the heart of Lancashire, Hoghton Tower offers an enchanting and unique destination for every occasion.
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.
From the past to the present, the house has many tales to tell. Isn’t it time you paid us a visit?
Opening hours: For our latest opening times see our Take a Tour page.
Hoghton Tower needs your Help!
We are currently looking for new volunteers to help with all aspects of our work.
We are currently recruiting Retail Volunteers:
Interested in helping out in our gift shop, meet new people, get involved with product selection, stock management or simply chat to customers about our range of unique gifts, if you can spare sometime to help we are interested in hearing from you!
Our volunteers are an essential part of everything we do, acting as ambassadors for one of the most atmospheric homes in England and playing a vital role in raising the funds which maintain and preserve the Tower for future generations. Volunteering can be enjoyable and rewarding, especially when it involves the stunning backdrop of a 16th Century Historic House.
Interested? Please get in touch! email@example.com
Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust is a registered charity and relies on the generosity of the general public and visitors to keep Hoghton Tower open for everyone. Whether it be supporting our fundraising events, or taking a guided tour or making a donation, all the money received goes to preserving the house for future generations. Thank you for your support.
Elizabeth 1st at Hoghton Tower Hoghton Tower was one of the locations for the Channel 5 series, . The series airs on Tuesdays, starting on 9th May. This new series is a docu-drama about the life of Elizabeth I. The show features reconstructions of key moments in her reign, and stars Lily Cole as the queen. Dan Jones and Suzannah Lipscomb narrate the story. Various rooms were used for the film…
Planting the King’s Tree at Hoghton Tower 2017 is the 400th anniversary of the visit of King James 1st to Hoghton Tower in Lancashire. As part of the celebrations of this important event, and with the support of the Lancashire Environmental Fund, a commemorative tree will be planted in the beautiful Wilderness Garden at Hoghton Tower. This memorial tree will grow alongside trees planted over the years by famous visitors…
Upcoming EventsView All Events
- Circus! at 11:00AM, Monday 29 May 2017 £5 per person. Separate tickets for house admission
- Reenactment – War of the Roses Weekend at 10:00AM, Saturday 10 June 2017 Event admission: £5 flat admission charge for all. Under 5s free. Separate charges apply for House Tours
- War of the Roses at 10:00AM, Sunday 11 June 2017 Event admission: £5 flat admission charge for all. Under 5s free. Separate charges apply for House Tours
- Shakeshafte – Shakespeare at Hoghton Tower at 14:00PM, Saturday 17 June 2017 All tickets £15 (booking fees apply)