Your visit

Welcome to Worsbrough Mill. We want all visitors to enjoy their visit and aim to be an accessible and inclusive museum. As we are always looking to improve our access, we welcome any visitor feedback on this.

Our friendly team will always be on hand to answer any questions you might have during your visit. In the meantime, have a look at the information below to help you plan your day with us.

Please see our access vision

Find us on Euan's guide

Getting here and parking

There is a car park at Worsbrough Mill. Parking charges apply.
There are accessible parking spaces next to the play park, near the Mill building.

Admission and opening times

Free admission
The Museum, shop and visitor centre is open Wednesday - Sunday, 10am - 3pm.
The Country Park is open 7 days a week, all year round.

Food and Drink

Worsbrough Mill has the Miller's Tea Room cafe situated in the main courtyard next to the shop and Visitor Centre. Offering a range of fresh locally roasted coffee and specialty teas, freshly made stone baked pizzas, breakfast and deli style sandwiches, handmade cakes, ice creams and daily specials it is the perfect place to relax and appreciate the tranquil surroundings of the Country Park.

Inside and outside seating available.

Dog friendly.

Open 9:30am - 4pm daily. 

Telephone: 01226 292847

There is also plenty of outdoor space around the Country Park for you to bring your own picnic to eat if you wish. There are picnic tables available near the children's play area. 

Contact details

Email address -
Phone number - 01226 774 527

We aim to respond to all enquiries within 3 working days.

We have a Visit England Accessibility Guide for Worsbrough Mill

Visitors who are wheelchair users or whose mobility is limited

  • Level access around parts of the Country Park - some parts of the Park are quite steep and some paths around the reservoir are narrow. There is a narrow stone bridge 780mm wide about half way round the reservoir. There are areas where the path is muddy and tree roots are growing through the ground.
  • One accessible toilet opposite the café
  • Accessible parking available next to the Mill
  • There are wheelchair accessible picnic benches at the back of the cafe 
  • Some areas of the Mill are accessible to wheelchairs (please see our 360 tour below for a full view of the Mill)

Visitors who are D/deaf or have hearing loss

  • All videos have subtitles
  • Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the Country Park and in the cafe, shop and Visitor Centre. As the Mill itself is a food production area unfortunately we cannot allow assistance dogs in the Mill itself.

Visitors who are Blind or partially sighted

  • Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the Country Park and in the cafe, shop and Visitor Centre. As the Mill itself is a food production area unfortunately we cannot allow assistance dogs in the Mill itself.
  • Water is available for assistance dogs outside the cafe
  • We have a number of audio described videos relating to Barnsley Museums sites and collections, including Worsbrough Mill.

Autistic visitors and visitors with learning disabilities or who are neurodivergent

  • We have visual stories available for all of our sites
  • We have sensory backpacks available to borrow from our shop desk including ear defenders, fidget toys, soft toys and coloured filters. These are free of charge, please return them to the front desk at the end of your visit. We also have sunflower lanyards available to borrow for the duration of your visit. Please note the backpacks and lanyards are only available during shop opening hours (Wednesday - Sunday, 10am - 3pm).
  • There are a number of trails around the Country Park, including a multi-sensory trail.
  • When the Mill is in operation, the machinery can be quite noisy. You may want to bring ear defenders or borrow our sensory backpacks from the shop. The Country Park is a relaxed and natural environment, but can sometimes be busy during the summer months and school holidays. Visiting at the beginning or end of the day will provide a quieter experience.

Worsbrough Mill Multisensory Trail Map

(PDF, 7.44 MB)

We have a multi-sensory trail available around the Country Park.

Download file - Worsbrough Mill Multisensory Trail Map

Makaton Mondays

We have a number of Makaton videos relating to Barnsley Museums collections

Download and Resource Guides 

Accessible Accommodation

(PDF, 153 KB)

We hope you enjoy your visit with us. If you are looking for accessible accommodation in the area here is some information.

Download file - Accessible Accommodation