Samlesbury /ˈsɑːmzbᵊri/ is a village and civil parish in the borough of South Ribble in Lancashire, England. Samlesbury Hall, a historic house, is located in The Village as is Samlesbury Aerodrome. The village is also home to a large modern brewery owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Samlesbury Hall is a Manor House built in 1325 which has been many things since then including a public house and girls' boarding school, but since 1925, when it was saved from being demolished for its timber, it has been administered by a registered charitable trust, the Samlesbury Hall Trust. This Grade I listed medieval manor house attracts over 50,000 visitors each year.
Samlesbury parish church, like the one at nearby Walton-le-Dale, is dedicated to St. Leonard the Less and was founded in 1096. The church contains a Norman tub font, a medieval bell and Sir Thomas Southworth's funerary armour dating from 1546. It also has a church chest, a two-decker pulpit and a complete set of box pews dating from the 17th and 18th centuries.
The Roman Catholic church is St Mary and St John Southworth. There was previously also a Wesleyan Methodist chapel.