Attractions near Millstone at Mill Barn

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Saddleworth Museum & Art Gallery (2 Miles)*
Saddleworth Museum and Art Gallery is full of intriguing objects from the past and tells the story of the people who have created Saddleworth's landscape and character
Marsden Moor (5 Miles)*
Straddling the well-known Pennine Way Marsden Moor offers pre Roman archaeology.
Rochdale Art Gallery (5 Miles)*
Touchstones is an exciting arts and heritage centre that has something special for everyone. The site consists of Art Galleries, Museum, Local Studies Centre and Tourist Information Centre.
Portland Basin Museum (7 Miles)*
Portland Basin Museum is the centrepiece of the recently rebuilt Ashton Canal Warehouse, now looking much as it did in 1834 when it was first built.
Heaton Hall (9 Miles)*
A magnificent neo-classical country house with beautifully restored 18th century interiors, set in 650 acres of rolling parkland.
Manchester Art Gallery (10 Miles)*
The gallery's amazing collection of art is displayed in an innovative and imaginative way. An undoubted highlight is the outstanding collection of 19th century Pre-Raphaelite paintings.
People's History Museum (10 Miles)*
The People's History Museum tells the dramatic story of the British working classes struggle for democracy and social justice - told at the only national museum in Manchester city centre, the radical city where it belongs.
Museum of Science and Industry (11 Miles)*
The Museum of Science and Industry is the largest museum in Manchester, housed in five historic industrial buildings on a huge site.
Whitworth Art Gallery (11 Miles)*
The Gallery is home to an impressive range of watercolours, prints, drawings, modern art and sculpture, as well as the largest collections of textiles and wallpapers outside London.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (11 Miles)*
Museum of Salford's local history and art, including a recreation of a typical northern street scene from the beginning of the 20th century featuring many original shop fronts.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Millstone at Mill Barn
Moorside (1 Mile)*
Moorside, Oldham, is indeed beside the moors. Only a cockstride away (meaning: adjacent to) are the Saddleworth moors and the beautiful Saddleworth villages, five in all.
Uppermill (1 Mile)*
The small town/large village of Uppermill is on the northeast side of Greater Manchester, tucked away in a valley of the Pennines.
Diggle (2 Miles)*
Diggle is one of the quieter villages in terms of trans-pennine traffic noise and pollution, it is situated in Saddleworth, traditionally a West Yorkshire community.
Milnrow (3 Miles)*
Junction 21 on the M62 is where you will find Milnrow. Although Milnrow's history goes back to the Norman Conquest it is remembered for wool and the weaving of wool.
Saddleworth (3 Miles)*
The area of Saddleworth encompasses several villages, they are Denshaw, Delph, Diggle, Uppermill, Greenfield and Grasscroft, these villages were in the area known as the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Royton (3 Miles)*
Lees (3 Miles)*
Although the village of Lees dates back to the 14th Century it wasn't until the 19th Century that the village gained recognition due to its mineral springs. Eleven cotton mills were built in Lees which totally changed its character.
Greenfield (3 Miles)*
Oldham (3 Miles)*
Oldham sits high on the Pennines, surrounded by hills and offers many vantage points for viewing many miles around. Oldham can be dated back to 865 A.D. when Danish invaders settled here.
Mossley (4 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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