Mossley Heritage Centre takes up a corner of Longlands Mill, and is dedicated to celebrating our incredible hilly milly history.
The centre is occupied by a massive baling machine, artefacts, archives, memorabilia, maps, books by local historians, furniture, photographic collections, a schoolroom, kitchen and living area.
Visiting the centre
The centre is located at Longlands Mill, Mossley, Queen Street, OL5 9AH.
Queen Street is opposite Mossley railway station. The heritage centre is in the corner of the Emmaus courtyard at the far end of the car park.
Admittance is free.
- Wednesday to Friday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
- Saturday 12.00pm – 2.00pm
What can you investigate?
Uncover the hidden stories of Mossley
Did you know that there was a murder in the cinema and an attempted bank robbery in Mossley?
Learn the weird and wonderful stories of people trading jars of wee for cloth and the men who were dressed as shepherds but didn’t own any sheep!
- Flying shuttles & bobbins
- Cotton & clogs
- Victorian schoolroom
- Washboards & mangles
- Carpet sweepers & knotters
- Gazunders, slipper baths & commodes
- Bottles & stone jars
- Maps from over the years
The centre is run by Mossley Civic Society volunteers – come and join us!