Organic Flour

There has been a mill on the current site since around 1625 and we produce a range of stoneground, organic flour which is traditionally milled.

Country Park

Take a relaxing walk around the country park. Here you will be surrounded by an abundance of nature and wildlife.

Barnsley Museums online shop

Take a look at the Barnsley Museums online shop. You will find lots of unique gift ideas many with a Barnsley theme. You can also purchase tickets to many of our wonderful events.

Learning

Our museums give children of all ages the opportunity to discover new things and feel inspired. Young people like museum visits as they help improve relationships with classmates and teachers, giving them the chance to get to know each other better in a unique environment.

Worsbrough Mill


Worsbrough Mill is a 17th Century working water mill set in stunning parkland.  It is an amazing place to visit, watch wildlife and see history come to life.

Events & Exhibitions

Collections

Latest News

The internationally famous Caravan Gallery shines a spotlight on Wombwell

Barnsley Museums have invited artists and photographers Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale to bring their unique mobile gallery to the streets of Wombwell. Their bright yellow caravan - a lovingly reincarnated1969 Bluebird Europe - will make its Wombwell debut on the High Street next to Gabby’s Florists on Saturday 14 September during the Heritage Open Day weekend. Further market day appearances will follow over the course of a month.

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Funding secured to support walking and wildlife at Worsbrough Mill

Worsbrough Mill has secured almost £100k worth of funding to support walking and wildlife in the stunning Country Park. Thanks to money raised by National Lottery players the project to improve Worsborough Mill and Country Park will start later this year.

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Record Numbers Visit Barnsley Museums

It has been a record breaking year for Barnsley Museums as they have welcomed over 1.2M visitors to their five fantastic sites across the borough.

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