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This Visitor Centre, run by a Trust and volunteers, has very limited opening hours, (4 days a week in the Summer, weekends in October and then closed over Winter, to open again at Easter, just 2 hours a day, 2pm - 4pm). We managed to visit it whilst open. It is over 3 floors in a quaint old Victorian house... 更多
An interesting way to pass an hour or so. Some interesting information and eager-to-please volunteers who run it. There was a miniature fairground in one room which was cleverly constructed, complete with information on holidays in the past. The messages on the old postcards were sweet! The pub next door served reasonable food, just wish the staff would smile with... 更多
We visited The Weavers Triangle on a lovely sunny day the rooms in the centre are set back in time from the kitchen to the school room where children can put on old fashioned aprons and mop caps to sit at old desks.Going through the rooms tells the history of old Burnley and brings you out to the canal where... 更多
We visited during a canal fest day when all the barges were here and entry to the centre was free. I think if you are a Burnley resident and you take a utility bill its free too. Interesting to learn about the history of Burnley and the cotton industry in its hey day! Worth a visit to get out of... 更多
This is a great place to visit if you want to find out about The Leeds Liverpool canal and Burnley. limited opening times during the winter. Look out for special events!
To visit the Weaver's Triangle is a must for anyone interested in the engineering foresight of canal building, the cotton and wool industry, the achievements of the industrial revolution and the extensive historical knowledge and publications by volunteers that manage the centre. All this encapsulated in the town of Burnley.
OK, he wasn't referring to 'The Weavers Triangle'. but the small cottage helps one imagine just how families lived in the mid 19th century. Of course, there would probably have been 3 generations living in this tiny space and disease would have spread through the occupants so easily and with little medical assistance there would have been many deaths. I... 更多
If you interested in the history of Burnley and the cotton industry ..then head for the wearers triangle ...a nice educational walk With some interesting features ...
Steeped in history, the Weavers' Triangle Visitor Centre is well worth a visit - it's like stepping back in time. Interesting displays and a great location on the canal bank.