Looked at all three floors of very average shopping. Same as you would find anywhere.
Did not notice that hidden away in the basement would be a museum of the old mill machinery. Fine building and site alongside river shame better use cannot be made...更多
we have just came back from our fourth trip to Derbyshire and as it will be our last visit, we decided to do the remaining places that we have missed, on finding a leaflet on Masson mills,and being into social history we thought we would...更多
This mill is a great piece of history and a lot of it can be seen by just visiting the shopping centre, there is a parking charge. There is a museum in one wing which isn't open as long. Worth going to see .
An absolutely fascinating place to visit. It is a liitle hard to locate, as other reviewers have commented, but well worth the effort. The tour was excellent, with a very knowledgeable guide demonstrating several different machines. It gave such an excellent insight into how noisy...更多
The museum is set below the 3 floors of shopping which was of no interest. We visited the museum when they were demonstrating the machines which was very interesting and worthwhile. We were given a map of the museum which was helpful but did feel...更多
Greta way to preserve this fine old building which deserves it` place in history as it`s associated with Richard Arkwright
3floors of shops .
We liked Edingburgh Woolen Mill with nice and helpful staff