Treat Mum to a delicious afternoon tea this Mother's Day

An afternoon tea at Quarry Bank

Celebrate your wonderful Mum by treating her to a special afternoon tea at Quarry Bank.

Mums are pretty special. This year, show Mum how much she means to you with an amazing day out at Quarry Bank, and afternoon tea in our beautiful function suites.

Our afternoon tea includes a selection of dainty sandwiches, handmade scones with jam and cream, Victoria sponge, lemon posset and mini raspberry tarts. Served with tea and coffee. As a special treat Mum will receive a complimentary glass of Prosecco on arrival.

Adults £19.95, children £12.95.
Available to book at 12, 1, 2 and 3pm. Scroll down to our What's On section to book.

Upcoming events

A Woman's Work is Never Done exhibition

Fri 24 Feb 2017
10:30-17:00
From the girls who lived and worked in the Apprentice House to the ladies in the Greg family, women form the backbone of the Quarry Bank story. This exhibition shines a light on the experiences of the women and girls whose stories have often been...

February half term fun

Fri 24 Feb 2017
12:00-16:00
Make computer coded necklaces using binary beads to spell out your name, and take a clothes peg and lollipop stick engineering challenge

Behind the scenes - Have a go

Sat 25 Feb 2017
13:00-15:00
One Saturday a month we invite you join us to have a go and try out new things at Quarry Bank Led by our expert team, this is a real opportunity to find out more about this fascinating place.

Elite clothing during the life of Hannah Greg

Sat 25 Feb 2017
14:00-15:00
Discover the history behind elite clothing of the past in this talk from costume enthusiast Jenny Unsworth. This talk will include a display of replica costume.

Words and Books - World Book Day

Sat 04 Mar 2017
10:30-16:00
Celebrate World Book Day at Quarry Bank with an interactive tour inspired by bestselling author Berlie Doherty's 'Far From Home'. Dressing up as your favourite book character is encouraged!

The Business of Women: female traders during the industrial revolution

Sat 04 Mar 2017
11:30-12:30
During the early 1800s, the glazier Elizabeth Antrobus was hired to work at Quarry Bank. We know that women worked in the mill, but how unusual was it for women to run their own businesses at this time?