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Hoghton Tower is one of Lancashire’s gems – come and find out why. A Tudor – Elizabethan manor and the ancestral home of the de Hoghton family, the Tower stands proudly on its hill overlooking the surrounding countryside. Join a guided tour of the...more
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My partner and I many years ago have taken part on the day time tour of this magnificent building, but on 29/10/2018 we attend the evening on the Ghost Tour. We had a 2 course meal before we started the tour, this is in with...More
Hoghton Tower is a great activity for all the family!
Me and my family went for the 'Creepy Tour!' as at the time it was coming up to Halloween! We had a tour guide who was very friendly and good with the kids!
Having passed Hoghton Tower (or rather the bottom of its very long drive)countless times over the decades, I thought I'd pop in at last although it was a rather damp day not conducive to wandering around the grounds! No sign of the family - they...More
Visited on 4 October and went on the 11am tour. We've all been to historic houses and been underwhelmed by lots of badly researched information poorly presented on boards which overwhelm the surroundings. Not here! Here you get Eric, as Lancashire as the hills with...More
The tower is literally a wonderful place to go. castle-like building view is soo amazingly beautiful. It has cute rose garden, the drive to the tower and its serenity- all gives you a great pleasure.
Visited on 4 October 2018 and went on the guided tour.
The tour was conducted by Eric and it was a fascinating and interesting talk which he gave. It lasted about 90 minutes and gave a wide ranging history of the Towet and its inhabitants...More
As you drive along the long but incredibly straight drive, the stunning castle-like building comes into view. The Tower, used as a look-out, was destroyed many years ago but there remains this ancient, fortified, hill-top manor house which occupies a commanding position, 650ft above sea...More
Attended a family wedding here and it was absolutely perfect in every way, first time I have been given bubbles to blow over the couple as they walked down, after the wedding service, between a 'tunnel' of their guests. It was lovely. Food was excellent...More