Attractions in Clitheroe Reviews
Newest Review: ... the castle). The museum has only recently opened and tells the story of Clitheroe, its people and its geology over the last 350 million years, and includes the story of the Pendle Witches, local women condemned for witchcraft in the seventeenth century who were later tried and hanged at Lancaster Castle. The building and displays are modern and interesting. The entrance fee is £3.50 for adults and accompanied children are admitted free. There is also a café adjoining the museum serving local food, drinks and snacks, including the delicious Mrs Dowson's ice cream. (That's the ice cream that's delicious. I can't speak for the charms of Mrs... more
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by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 235 readings)
Clitheroe is a pretty market town in the Ribble Valley, a truly beautiful and largely undiscovered, part of the country. Undoubtedly, the scenery is one of the main attractions and brings in walkers all year round, who are either walking the Ribble Way or even climbing the surrounding Pennine Hills. However, there are several attractions for those visiting the town itself. The town was established in the eleventh century, although there may have been a settlement there before that date, and grew up around the Norman castle built on one of the two limestone crags. On the other crag stands the parish church of St Mary Magdalene. The castle keep is ... Read the complete review
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