Littleborough Coach House and Heritage Centre

Type:Heritage / Visitor Centre

Lodge Street, Littleborough, Greater Manchester, OL15 9AE

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A Grade 2 Listed building of architectural and historical interest within an important conservation area. Dating from the late 18th century, it was originally built to serve the Bury horse-drawn coach traffic on the main transport routes into Yorkshire across Blackstone Edge.

The Centre provides a focus for visitors to the area with information on places to visit. There are regular exhibitions by local artists and information on local walks and trails.

The cafe and bistro is open throughout the day for drinks, snacks and main meals, all cooked on the premises.




  • Facilities for Hearing Impaired Visitors
  • Facilities for Visually Impaired Visitors
  • Guide Dogs Permitted

Attraction Facilities

  • Free Admission


  • On-Site café/restaurant

Children & Infants

  • Facilities for children

Imported Facilities

  • Disabled Access - BASIC (*)
  • Open All Year

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking
  • Parking (free)

Provider Facilities

  • Conference facilities
  • Event Venue
  • Garden/patio for guests use
  • Public telephone
  • Toilets

Provider Features

  • In town/city centre
  • Indoor Attraction
  • No Smoking Attraction
  • Of historic, literary or architectural interest

Target Markets

  • Special provisions for walkers

Venue Facilities

  • Licensed premises

Map & Directions

Road Directions

In Littleborough town centre.

Public Transport Directions

300 yards from Littleborough Railway Station or town centre bus stop. Follow the sign post for the Coach House.

Opening times

Opening hours (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2023)
Monday - Saturday11:00 - 16:00
Sunday12:00 - 15:00

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