Towneley Hall es una ruta 7.4 km (de 11.000 pasos) ubicada cerca de Burnley, Inglaterra. Esta ruta tiene una elevación cercana a 99 m y tiene una calificación de media. Usted puede encontrar más rutas como esta en la aplicación Pacer.
Towneley Hall was the home of the Towneley family for over 500 years but in 1901 it was sold to Burnley Corporation and today is the town’s Art Gallery and Museum, run and owned by Burnley Borough Council. The Collection of oil paintings was built up first through gifts and purchases using money from the rates. In 1908, a purpose-built art gallery was established on the top floor of the north wing. In 1921, an annual income was made available from the bequest of a local brewer, Edward Stocks Massey (1850–1909), to be used 'for the advancement of art at Towneley Hall'.