Quarry Bank Mill , and the country park, is well worth a visit. The standard 2013 entry price for a car including occupants is £4.50, and this compares well with other attractions in Cheshire. However, you then have to pay additional entry to see the mill and the exhibits. This could prove a little bit costly for a family, but free if you are a members of the NT. The mill is full of information and historical exhibits, and is very interesting and educational. Certainly worth it, but we are not sure whether the prices would put a lot off from making a return visit. Good facilities, a nice little café, and if the weather is decent you could spend the best part of a day here exploring the grounds in addition to the mill. I am sure it does state this somewhere, but it's worth mentioning here that it's not suitable for the disabled, as there are a lot of steep and narrow staircases and nooks and crannies to negotiate within the mill.
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