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Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills

Armley Mills Canal Road | Armley, Leeds LS12 2QF, England
+44 113 263 7861
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Good experience

Lots to see and there are some talks going on to get further information on certain displays... read more

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Grace-Lewis04
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Phuket, Thailand
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Traditional Leeds well presented

We loved Armley Mills. A traditional spinning and weaving mill, it is run by extremely... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Solar2solar
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Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Housed in what was once the world's largest woollen mill, Leeds Industrial Museum houses a wealth of gems located in a beautiful riverside setting. Step back in time to learn about the industrial history of Leeds from manufacturing textiles and clothing to printing, engineering and locomotives, which the city was world famous for.
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Armley Mills Canal Road | Armley, Leeds LS12 2QF, England
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lots to see and there are some talks going on to get further information on certain displays. Relaxing to just walk around and take a look for about an hour or two. There are also some films being played downstairs. Enjoyed the trip very much...More

Thank Grace-Lewis04
Reviewed 1 week ago

We loved Armley Mills. A traditional spinning and weaving mill, it is run by extremely knowledgeable volunteers who can tell you all sorts about the museum. They do demonstrations of spinning which really astonished me because half the room seemed to move when the large...More

Thank Solar2solar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If the admission price was double I would still say it's good value for money. We paid to go in and I thought there couldn't be much to see at that price, how wrong was I. There was so much to see. Well worth a...More

Thank Jill S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

When my wife suggested we should go to Armley mills I wasnt really looking forward to it, but I really enjoyed it and we had a great morning, plus there was a free tour included in the admission, which made it a lot more interesting....More

Thank Add1cted2Greece
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

With an upcoming ghost hunt at Armley Mills in a few weeks, we decided an afternoon out visiting Armley Mills was on the cards - so off we went. Its a fantastic and cheap day out, perfect if you don't have too much money but...More

1  Thank Raquel K
Reviewed 6 July 2017

As we used to live near Leeds we thought we would spend a few of hours looking around. After two hours we still has lots to see so the helpful lady behind the desk told us where we could get lunch. We came back and...More

Thank sandyw27
Reviewed 6 July 2017

We visited this textile muserum 25 years ago and can attest it is still as captivating as it was then or even more so. Do take a docent tour and read the posters on the walls about the people who worked there.

Thank lindymiles
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

A very interesting museum with plenty to see. Read & learned a lot about life working & the conditions at the mills. Saw a lot of the machinery. Plenty of hands on activity too

Thank Michelle081
Reviewed 1 June 2017

I was really impressed. It is a great place to learn about Leeds' industrial heritage. The staff are welcoming and informative. Not too expensive either. Well worth a visit.

Thank Stavros82Leeds
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Take the 30 minute stoll along the canal from the city centre to get a feel for this interesting old mill, chock-full of industrial heritage. The talks and demos of machinery are wonderful, including a carding mill and steam engine that would have provided power...More

Thank Roskers
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knottih
24 April 2017|
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Response from TheUrbanWarrior | Reviewed this property |
Yeah you can walk it from train station and yes you can access it from tow path
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Bev H
20 June 2016|
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Response from Mark_Banks25 |
Sorry forgot to add that Concessions are £3.00.
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