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Cheshire & Greater Manchester

Quarry Bank

One of Britain's greatest industrial heritage sites, set in picturesque gardens and countryside

Styal, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 4HP

Quarry Bank's Peony and Iris border with the mill in the background

Important notice

There are road works that may cause confusion along Stannylands Road and at Twinnies Bridge. The best way to get to Quarry Bank is using the B5166 Hollin Lane from the A555.

Planning your visit

Little girl looking at Iris and Peony border in the upper gardens of Quarry Bank

Explore the gardens at Quarry Bank 

Wander through the dramatic valley garden, stroll by the river and tune into the sights and sounds of the season as you explore this rare retreat where nature and industry collide.

Children swinging in a hammock at Quarry Bank

A family-friendly day out at Quarry Bank 

Plan your family day out to Quarry Bank and discover all the family-friendly things to do no matter the weather. From exploring the mill, to enjoying one of our seasonal trails around the property.

A happy dog in winter

Visiting Quarry Bank with your dog 

Dogs are welcome at Quarry Bank, and with 400 acres to explore, there’s plenty of space for them to bound, sniff, jump and splash through the estate. Quarry Bank is a two pawprint rated place.

Visitors inside the mill at Quarry Bank

Access at Quarry Bank 

We want to make sure that Quarry Bank is accessible to as many people as possible. Here's what you need to know about accessing the mill, facilities, gardens and historic buildings.

A group of visits are seen on a path walking through Bodnant Garden in Wales

Group and educational visits to Quarry Bank 

Find out about group visits to Quarry Bank, or how an educational trip to the property can enhance your students’ learning.


Map of Quarry Bank 

Plan your visit with this handy downloadable map of Quarry Bank,

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