Leighton Hall Lancashire
Storrs Lane, Carnforth, Lanchashire, LA5 9ST
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Listed under: English | Environmental Studies | History | Music | Science | Ecology & Green Awareness | Historic Buildings | Historical Heritage | Outdoor Education | Parks and Gardens | Conservation | Geology
What we offer on a school trip
Award winning Leighton Hall is the lived-in house of the famous furniture making Gillow dynasty. Children are invited to unravel the fascinating past of this ancient, Lancashire family. As well as the house and grounds, Leighton has a children’s play area, brass rubbings, woodland walk, tree face trail, caterpillar maze, bee corner, Insect Hotel, plant conservatory and tea rooms. Birds of prey are also flown on open days (weather permitting).
Home to the Gillow Reynolds, Leighton is very much a “lived in” house, brought to life by the enthusiasm of the guides. Tours are informal and entertaining. There are no roped off areas and children are encouraged to sit on the furniture and really get involved.
Perfect for their inquisitive minds, each educational package opens the world up beyond the classroom window for your pupils. Packed with cross curricular themes and activities, we’ll guide you through six tailorable visits, with complementary Key Stage 1 and 2 supporting material, already fully risk assessed for you.
We have free and easy parking and are only a 10 minute drive from M6 junction 35.