Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak, many attractions are closed and event organisers are cancelling or postponing their events. While we will try to update the information on this site as much as possible, we cannot guarantee to have all the information we would like. Therefore we urge you to check the latest information on the attraction or event’s website or Facebook pages, and to contact them before travelling to avoid disappointment.
Please note: England is currently in a lockdown until at least 2nd December so no events will take place until after that date.
The museum is on the old Atlas Mills site in Bolton and displays around 30 stationary steam engines that used to provide power in the textile mills of the north of England. Larger engines include a giant 40 ton 'McNaughted' beam engine, a very rare 1840 twin-beam engine and a unique 'non-dead-centre' vertical engine built by Musgraves of Bolton.
Operator: Northern Mill Engine Society
Address: Mornington Road off Chorley Old Road Bolton Greater Manchester BL1 4EU
Open Days & Times
Reopens in steam: Sun-Mon 30-31 May; 29-30 Aug. Sat-Sun 30-31 Oct. Tue-Wed 28-29 Dec. 1000-1600. Visit website for more details and advance booking.
- By Bus: 519, 520, 125
- By Rail: Bolton / 1.5 miles
- Souvenir Shop
- Full disabled access