The hamlet of Briercliffe is situated approximately three miles north of Burnley with picturesque views over the Thursden Valley and provides easy access to both the Burnley Way and the Brun Valley Greenway.
Burnley Golf Club sits high on the moors with panoramic views over Burnley and the surrounding area. The course follows the undulations of the landscape and is among the top five courses in Pennine Lancashire.
The unspoilt village of Holme Chapel is situated in the beautiful Cliviger Gorge three miles south east of Burnley. The Read more>>
Well over one million trees have now been planted to create the Forest of Burnley an ideal place for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and outfdoor enthusiasts to enjoy beautiful scenery and fresh air.
Jacobean manor house with beautiful period rooms, located in woodlands on the banks of the River Calder. Home to one the finest collection of textiles in the country.
Rescue centre for neglected and distressed horses, ponies and donkeys who are nursed back to health and fitness, includes visitor centre, tea rooms and walks around the area.
Surviving on the moors above this small village near to Padiham are the remains of the old hunting lodge of the Towneley family, in what was once one of the largest deer parks in Lancashire…
Beautiful Elizabethan village on the edge of Worsthorne Moor near Burnley. Perfect place for walking, riding, cycling and fishing.
At 127-miles long the Leeds and Liverpool Canal is thought to be one of the finest canals in England. The Burnley section includes the Straight Mile, one of the seven wonders of the British Canal system.
Outdoor Elements is a team building and outdoor activity centre set within a 7-acre woodland in Simonstone, Nr. Burnley and offers activities from bushcraft and archery to high rope activities and a 300-foot zip line. Perfect for birthday parties and team building events.
From Gawthorpe Hall on the banks of the River Calder to Memorial Park at the top of the town with its woodland and riverside walks, Padiham offers visitors plenty of surprises and is a great place to visit.
It’s lovely to take a breather from the hustle and bustle of the modern world, whether you want to stretch your legs at lunch-time, take the children somewhere they can let off steam or simply walk the dog, Burnley’s parks and gardens are just the ticket.
Join us onboard the Pendle Explorer for a boat trip from Reedley Marina into Burnley and Pendle on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
Pendle Hill dominates the landscape around Burnley, surrounded by pretty villages and beautiful countryside it is most famous for the Pendle Witches.
Join the weavers, tacklers and winders at Queen Street Mill Textile Museum, the last steam powered weaving mill in the World, and find out what like was like during the reign of King Cotton.
A 102 berth marina on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal with views towards Pendle Hill. Boat Trips take place during the summer on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
Located high on the moors above Burnley, Rossendale Valley Sailing Club is a high wind venue perfect for windsurfing and dingy sailing. Membership is open to everyone with a genuine interest in the sport.
The Singing Ringing Tree is one of four panopticons across East Lancashire, located high on the South Pennine Moors overlooking Burnley this iconic artwork was designed by architects Tonkin Liu.
The rugged landscape of the South Pennine Moors is perfect for walkers cyclists and horse riders; is home to rare species of upland birds and provided inspiration for poets, writers and artists.
The Burnley Way is a 40-mile adventure over hills and moorland, by rivers and streams, past farms and reservoirs, it can be split into six sections and starts and end on a public transport route.
As part of the Pennine Bridleway National Trail the Mary Towneley Loop has been specifically designed for horse riders and cyclists, but it is also a major new route for walkers.
Towneley Golf courses are made up of three municipal courses, an outstanding 18-hole course, a 9-hole par 3 and an 18 hole pitch and putt. Laid out on luxurious parkland, even the most discerning golfer will find it hard not to enjoy a round here.
One of the finest historic houses in Lancashire, Towneley Hall has beautifully detailed period rooms and fascinating collections of art, sculpture, ceramics and curios. Costumed re-enactors tell the story of the Towneley’s and guide you around this family home from the attic to the Priest’s Hole. Events and exhibitions take place all year round and the hall is not only a stunning wedding venue but also an inspiring place for business meetings and conferences.
Beautiful parkland with historic house, sculpture trail, golf courses, walking, cycling and riding trails, playing fields, cafe’s, garden centres and events arena.