Address: Worsbrough Mill Museum and Country Park, Worsbrough Bridge, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S70 5LJ
Phone Number: 01226 774527
Opening Hours: Current opening times.
Worsbrough Mill Museum and Country Park is a 17th century working water powered corn mill and 240 acres of country park near Barnsley in South Yorkshire.
The mill buildings consist of what is known as the Old mill, the mill house and the New mill. The Old Mill, which includes the waterwheel, dates from the early 17th century and was updated during the early 19th century. The Mill house was built during the 18th century to house the miller’s family. During the 19th century, the New Mill was constructed, which includes the engine room which originally contained a steam engine but now contains a rebuilt oil engine. Milling demonstrations on Bank Holidays and the last Sunday of the month. Pre-arranged guided tours available for groups for an additional fee.
The country park is a nature reserve providing fishing, cycling, walking and bird-watching opportunities. There is a reservoir with weir and bird-hide, mill pond, meadowlands, part of the Dearne and Dove Canal and disused tramways. Day fishing tickets available.
- Car parking (charge).
- Free entry attraction (donations welcome).
- Charges may apply for some events.
- Shop selling flour, books and souvenirs.
- Cafe serving refreshments.
- Dogs allowed in country park.
Opening Times & Ticket Prices:
- Please visit the Worsbrough Mill Museum and Country Park website for opening times and prices.
Before you start your journey to Worsbrough Mill Museum and Country Park for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.