Anson Engine Museum
As featured on TV, this multi award-winning museum in the Cheshire Peak District has a great deal to offer visitors.
Recognised as one of the Country’s leading specialist museums. Fuelled by enthusiasm and staffed by volunteers it is a great day out for all the family.
Engine enthusiasts from all over the world come to visit this fascinating museum with engines of all sizes (from desktop to 100 tons), Craft Demonstrations, Working Machinery and Local History Exhibitions It is also fast becoming a must see for non-enthusiasts too. The museum also has a steam section including a giant mill engine - the largest steam engine in Cheshire
It is open every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday from Easter Sunday until end October - 10am - 5pm (other times and days by arrangement for group visits). Engines running every day throughout the season.
Over the past few years the museum has won several awards for its displays, engines, website and the quality of its volunteer workforce. Amongst its facilities it has a tearoom and shop free car parking for visitors, wheelchair and motorised scooter, cinema/meeting room available for hire.
Throughout the season there are events and exhibition happening - please check website for details. www.enginemuseum.org
Groups by appointment please.
- Regional and Miscellaneous Annual Award Winner 2012 2012
- Regional and Miscellaneous The Queen's Award 2013
|2014 (31/03/2014 - 27/10/2014)|
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults||£6.50 per ticket|
|Children (13-16)||£2.50 per ticket|
|Children (under 12)||Free|
|Friends of the Museum||Free|
|Senior Citizens||£6.00 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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