Browsholme Hall, pronounced ‘Brusom’, lies in the Forest of Bowland four miles north-west of Clitheroe. Built in 1507 by Edmund Parker, the Hall overlooks the Hodder Valley. The red sandstone house has a genuine claim to be the oldest surviving family home in Lancashire. Browsholme is an historic house unique in so many ways.
Fourteen generations of continuous occupation has as a result created a remarkable antiquarian collection, representing the accumulation of the personal possessions over the years. Hall tours are available to view this impressive selection of artefacts.
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