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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.
Fascinating refurbished working cotton mill, used as a real life museum. Great for kids and anyone looking to see how Manchester gained its name “cottonopolis”
Working cotton mill that's great for kids and for a day out of the city. A good opportunity to learn a little about the region's industrious past...
Set amongst Styal Woods. This is a great place to visit for a stroll through the woods (becomes a carpet of bluebells in spring) or to visit the Mill ( National Trust). The cotton mill was the heart of working life at Quarry Bank. Visit the mill to discover how Samuel Greg founded his cotton empire…
This was one of the many textile weaving Mills of the industrial Revolution and is now kept as a museum to the cotton industry .
Visit The Mill, The Apprentice House, enjoy the gardens, machinery demonstrations, explore the woods.
One of Britain’s greatest industrial heritage sites. Includes the mill school and hidden gardens.
“Very interesting place to visit, lots of information regarding the Lovell Telescope, guided walks and discovery centre”
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“Good coffee, good selection of snacks, really nice vibe. Live music in the evening, when it turns into a bar with good beer and cocktails. Dog friendly.”
“National Trust property just outside the pretty town of Knutsford (Or Cranford if you like your Elizabeth Gaskell). Huge parkland - free to enter if you walk in from the town. Lovely gardens and impressive house. About a 25 minute drive.”