Clitheroe Castle has a history and very interesting place to visit. It has museum, friendly pretty cafe , shop and beautiful castle ground (Park). There are so many thing to do and see here.
We went during the day on our previous visit, and liked it for the fact it's so small, yet seems to have so much to offer. With its walkway around it, and interactive area down below. The views across Clitheroe are lovely too. This visit was during the dark - early evening. And the lighting was directed to highlight the... More
We enjoyed a visit to the castle keep and the museum. The museum has varied exhibits and they are well displayed. There is a cafe on site.
This is apparently the smallest Norman castle and the grounds have been turned into a well-used public park. It was nice to walk through on the way to Ribble Valley walks, but did not really hold as an attraction in its own right.
After visiting Clitheroe many times over the years we had never visited the Castle. On our recent visit we decided to call at the Castle and were pleasantly surprised. We started by climbing to the top of the Castle where you enjoy panoramic views of the countryside, we then visited the Museum in which you pay a reasonable entry fee,... More
Great view of area from castle, museum which requires an entry fee. Didn't have time to see. Cafe available. Workshops of crafts for children at Halloween etc. Need to be booked. Worth a visit. Castle free. Park in town.
I had a fun morning exploring this special little place. My dog & I enjoyed the climb up as much as the view. I loved all the sculpture & handsome monuments and how creatively landscaped all the hidden areas are, it's a credit to the hardworking folk who maintain it so well. Sadly I couldn't go inside the museum with... More
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