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Queen Street Mill, Queen Street

Queen Street Mill, Queen Street, Harle Syke, Burnley, Lancashire BB10 2HX View on map

Built in 1894, containing much of its original 19th century equipment including over 300 Lancashire looms and steam engine, which are demonstrated at intervals throughout each working day. Believed to be the last remaining steam powered textile mill in the world with collections designated as being of national importance.


Opening Arrangements

The museum is currently closed to the public until further notice by Lancashire County Council. School visits by arrangement will be accepted again in March. Further opening times will be published for 2017 once they are known.

Admission Charges

  • Adult: £3
  • Child: Free (up to 16)
  • Other Charges: Guided Tours £4.50. Concessions £2. Burnley residents with BB10/11 postcode (free)


Exit junction 12 on M65, turn right onto A682 Colne Road, left on Casterton Avenue, left at roundabout on Briercliffe Road, follow signs. Rail: Burnley Central & Burnley Manchester Road (3 miles). Bus: routes 111 and 112, regular service.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes