Top 5 Industrial Heritage Sites in Manchester

Top 5 Industrial Heritage Sites in Manchester

Discover the ancient industrial heritage at these 5 key locations.

Ancoat

The incredible mills and complexes which remain in the former industrial heartland of Manchester offers a potent remainder of the gone times. Anacoat was previously the ‘workshop of the world’. Most of the mills were getting involved in spinning cotton; but it was boasted an excellent glass industry and a number of chemical works. Check out for Anita Street; originally it was called as the Sanitary Street because of its purpose built, hygienic workers house.

Bolton Museum, Aquarium and Archive

The new local history gallery of this museum is now open. However, the new displays of this museum tell the story of Bolton. The particular interest regarding this museum is the story of Samuel Crompton who was invented the Spinning Mule. It’s an incredible invention which has contributed the significant expansion of the famous cotton industry in Lancashire. This display offers the special effects of the mule that has a textile production in Bolton.

Castlefield

If any area of Manchester which had broadly documents the city’s history, it must be Castlehood. It is an amazing site from 79 AD Roman fort of Mamucium and even this area was chosen as the Manchester end of the world’s first passenger railway (which runs between Manchester to Liverpool) in the year of 1830. But now, it is celebrated as the incredible part of the extensive Museum of Science and Industry.

People’s History Museum

Enter to this fabulous museum which is based in a preserved Edwardian Pump House is completely free. The People’s History Museum documents and celebrates the reformers, workers, voters, citizens and revolutionaries who have fought for the battles for the ballot. Check out the historic events in Manchester; who have played a key role in changing the political landscapes throughout the United Kingdom.

Peel Tower

This is an iconic tower located at the Holcombe Hill in Ramsbottom, which is a tribute to the famous son of Bury, Sir Robert Peel. He was founded the metropolitan police force and even served as a prime minister for twice in 19th century. You can expect the stunning views of Greater Manchester. Well, the steep climb up the hill is well worth for the effort.