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

The Worst Children's Jobs in History - at Quarry Bank

Tue 23 May 2017
10:30-16:30
Inspired by Sir Tony Robinson's Worst Jobs in History series, find out about the worst children's jobs at Quarry Bank this summer

Bob-in Sessions

Tue 23 May 2017
14:30-15:15
Join us at 11:30am on Mondays and 2:30pm each day Tuesday-Friday for a special talk or tour from one of our teams.

Behind the scenes - Have a go

Sat 27 May 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.

May Half Term - The Worst Children's Jobs Job Shop

Mon 29 May 2017
11:00-16:00
Visit the Worst Children's Jobs Job Shop to answer the quiz, dress up and find out what your perfect career would have been.

Baby and Toddler - Storytelling and Play session

Sat 10 Jun 2017
09:30-10:15
Bring your little ones to Quarry Bank, for a special storytelling and play session just for them. Please book your free tickets in advance.

"Loom and Doom" Murder Mystery Dinner

Fri 16 Jun 2017
19:00-22:00
There's been a murder at the Mill, who's behind the crime? Enjoy a two course dinner as Absolute Murder play out "Loom and Doom". Can you solve the mystery as a host of suspicious characters from 1834 weave and spin a plot of murder and intrigue?