is a house that has been evolving over the last 500 years. From a stone tower house in the 1400s, to the home of the Tudor Orrell and, later, the Victorian Kay Families, Turton Tower has been altered and adapted to suit the needs and tastes of those who lived here. It is because of these changes that Turton Tower is of national importance and unique in Northwest England. Today it still captures the spirit of those ages and displays some of the finest paintings and furniture in the region. Turton Tower is a Grade 1 listed building.
11th March to 30th October
Wednesday to Sunday, including bank holidays, 10.00am to 4.00pm.
Adults £6, Concessions £5, Children under 16 years (accompanied) FREE