Things to see & do

Spend the day here

This section of the page features an image gallery, so if you're using a screen reader you may wish to jump to the main content.

Style at Styal

The beautiful recreation of Caroline Greg’s dress

Sat 18 Jan - Sun 1 June

Find out what fashion meant to the Greg family, the mill workers and the tenants of Styal village in this exhibition, including beautiful recreations of costumes.

Easter Egg Hunt

2014 Cadbury Easter Egg Trail Logo

Fri 18 - Mon 21 April, 12-4pm

Hunt the clues to earn your Cadbury chocolate Egghead with the special Cadbury Easter Egg Trail (£1), plus games and activities on the Mill Meadow.

Upcoming events

Victorian characters greet visitors to the Mill

Come along to Quarry Bank in 2014!

There are lots of fun events lined up. We've got talks, walks, exhibitions and outdoor theatre. Families can try fun crafts and come along to Victorian themed days.

'The Mill'

Lucy Garner and Esther Price © Channel 4 and Ryan McNamara

Lucy Garner and Esther Price

Come and visit the new exhibition we have put together to explore the fact that inspired fiction in the Channel 4 series 'The Mill'.

Series 2 has been commissioned and will air next summer. Series 1 followed the conflict between the Greg family and the workers in the 1830s.

We have props and costumes from the series and exclusive behind the scenes footage.

A Lady of Letters

Hannah Greg married Samuel Greg, the founder of Quarry Bank Mill © Quarry Bank Mill Images

Hannah Greg married Samuel Greg, the founder of Quarry Bank Mill

Hannah Greg was wife to Quarry Bank founder Samuel Greg.

This exhibition explores her extraordinary life and her contribution to the welfare of the apprentices and mill workers.

Quarry Bank is a place of striking contrasts: industry and nature, a river valley and working farmland, a noisy mill next to a picturesque garden. It tells a story of social change and industrial revolution, mill owner and mill worker, the power of nature and the ingenuity of man; of benevolence and exploitation.

Eleanor Underhill, General Manager

Share