10% off by bus

How to get toGawthorpe Hallcar-free

Visit Gawthorpe Hall car-free

Visit by bus for just £2 each way. Most buses in England are offering £2 Single Fares until 31st December 2024. Our journey planner will show you if your route is included, or you can find a full list of participating operators and routes here.

It’s quite easy to visit Gawthorpe Hall car-free.

There are frequent buses from around Lancashire. These include buses from Accrington (bus M1), Clitheroe (bus M2 and bus 64), Preston (bus 152) and Blackburn (bus 152). All these buses stop at Burnley Barracks train station and 10 minutes from Burnley Manchester Road. Hop off at Kidrow Lane bus stop, by the gate house. From there its a 10-15 minute stroll to Gawthorpe Hall.

There are direct trains to Burnley Barracks from Colne (about 20 mins) Blackburn (30 mins) and Preston (60 mins). There are direct trains to Burnley Manchester Road from Manchester (about 45 mins), Blackpool North (80 mins), Leeds (65 mins) and other Northern towns. From either of these stations you can catch the bus to Gawthorpe Hall (see above). When you travel by train a Burnley PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited travel around town.

Use our journey planner to get the best route from where you are.

Cyclists welcome - plan your route here

Enjoy 10% off entry when you travel by bus and ask for a Transdev Treats voucher, valid on buses M1, M2 and 64, which all stop at Burnley Barracks train station and about 10 minutes away from Burnley Manchester Road.

Here’s some information on access to attractions, buses and trains.

About Gawthorpe Hall

This National Trust owned stately house is home to portraits, textiles, gardens and woodlands.

For any queries about visiting contact Gawthorpe Hall on 01282771004 or gawthorpehall@nationaltrust.org.uk

Address: Gawthorpe Hall, Burnley Road, Padiham, near Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 8UA. Visit Website