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Quarry Bank Mill and Styal Estate- The 18th century Mill, Apprentice House and Gardens provide the setting for a fantastic visit. Gaze in amazement at the mighty steam powered waterwheel, take a tour round the enchanting Apprentice House to get an...more
Quarry Bank Mill Quarry Bank Road, Styal SK9 4LA, England
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This is a truly remarkable place staffed with very friendly volunteers and staff who are justifiably proud of the mill and are only to pleased to answer any questions you may have.
We were lucky to be able to go round the apprentice house when...More
A group of us visited this fascinating place whilst staying in Cheshire on holiday. This was a very interesting place despite the heavy rain and can thoroughly recommend a trip to see this cotton mill.
We visited late on in the day during summer when the mill was closed for the installation of the lift. Liking what little we saw, we decided to visit again in Autumn for the full experience.
At the time of writing, the entrance fee for...More
Our friends recommended that we pay the Quarry Bank Mill a visit and I'm glad that we did, we had a brilliant visit going round the grounds and visiting the mill. The huge working water wheel is remarkably well-preserved with particularly good demonstrations and talks...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Quarry Bank Mill. It's an unusual property and gives great insight into this piece of history. It was great to see the old machinery actually working and learn about each step in the process. We even got in a...More
A very interesting visit to the NT property well worth the entrance fee of £20.00. Plenty to see and take in. The guide book id only £4.00 and full of information. Allow plenty of time as lots to see. Book the guided tours (free) on...More
Went here today. We didnt visit the mill as we have done that before. We booked onto the Village hub to see No 13 of the villagers cottages. It us the only one you can visit but the guide gives plenty of information for you...More
What an amazing place, we loved hearing about the lives of the workers and especially loved our visit to the house to hear about how the children ‘apprentices’ lived! Such a precious piece of history, the national trust are doing a superb job of looking...More