Astley Hall

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Astley Hall is one of the most significant buildings in the North West, with a fascinating history of families who lived there and some magnificent architecture.

Astley Hall houses a large and fascinating collection, ranging from clogs, mangles and kitchen implements to fine art, paintings, ceramics and furniture

The collections at Astley Hall Museum and Art Gallery are very varied, ranging from a fine collection of 18th century creamware and glass to the first ever Rugby League Cup and the contents of a clog maker's workshop.

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Chorley is easy to find - just off junction 8 of the M61. From there follow the many brown 'tourist' road signs to Astley Hall, which is to the west of Chorley town centre off the A581 Chorley-Southport Road.
We are also only a 15 minute drive from junction 27 of the M6, simply follow the A49 Preston route until you see the brown signs at the village of Euxton.

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Opening times (April - October):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
----12:00 - 17:0012:00 - 17:0012:00 - 17:00

Prices:
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£2.95£1.95

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Address: Astley Hall, Astley Park, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1NP, UK
Phone: +44 1257 515 555
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