The local government district of Burnley in North West England is one of the twelve local government districts and two unitary authorities that make up the ceremonial county of Lancashire. The borough contains five of the seventy Grade I listed buildings in Lancashire.
Grade I structures are those considered to be “buildings of exceptional interest”.
|Gawthorpe Hall and surrounding balustrade
|Great Barn Circa 100 Metres West of Gawthorpe Hall
|Queen Street Mill
|Shuttleworth Hall17th-century manor house in the civil parish of Hapton, in Lancashire
|Early to mid-17th century
|Towneley HallGrade I listed building in Burnley, Lancashire, housing the borough's art gallery and museum.
- Grade I listed buildings in LancashireGrade I listed buildings in the ceremonial county of Lancashire, split into the fourteen authorities making up the county.