Welcome to the Masson Mills Shopping Village


A unique day out for all the family

At Masson Mills we cater for a great variety of ages and have the facilities to keep everyone entertained. We have shops to browse, all the latest fashions from brands like The Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Roman Originals and Peacocks, to local food produce and Whiskies from around the world. Our play area ‘Tree Top Tumble’ is popular with the little ones, whilst those more interested in the history of the building may choose to have a tour of our Working Textile Museum.

During your visit you can refresh and relax in our Derwent Restaurant. Sip on a cup of Puro coffee, fill up on one of hot plate specials or indulge in a cream cake.

Whether you’re alone, in a small group or as part of a coach party, there’s plenty to keep you occupied at Masson Mills.

Masson Mills Working Textile Museum

A unique opportunity to see how it used to be in the this working textile museum. There’s a fine collection of machinery dating between the 18th – 20th centuries. To give visitors a sense of what it may have been like in the days when the mill was active, the museum whisk’s you back to 1783. You’ll have to clock in with your ticket before you can enjoy your time soaking up the atmosphere which include the smells, sounds and sights of that period.

What you’ll get to see:

  • The original 1785 bell
  • Cotton double machine (some from the original Masson Mills)
  • Working Looms (Some of the oldest in the world)
  • Pirn Winders
  • Cotton Mules
  • The Devil
  • Carding Engines
  • Overseer’s Office
  • Bobbins (the largest collection in the world)
  • The Turbine House
  • Weir and Riverband
  • Boiler House and Boilers
  • Mill  Chimney
  • Steam Engine

See below the link to the Masson Mills website where you can find more details about the museum and it’s collections.

Open Mon – Sat 10am-4pm,
Sun 11am-4pm.

The museum is open from the first week in January until 30th November inclusive. Closed Easter Sunday and throughout December (Please note that during January inclement weather may affect opening times).


Mon – Sat 11am and 2pm in the Weaving Shed (Sun 12 noon and 2pm)
(times subject to availability)


Masson Mills Shopping Village
Derby Road,
Matlock Bath

Tel: 01629 760208

Email:  massonmills@googlemail.com

Website: www.massonmillsshoppingvillage.com

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Welcome to the Masson Mills Shopping Village
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Welcome to the Masson Mills Shopping Village
During your visit you can refresh and relax in our Derwent Restaurant. Sip on a cup of Puro coffee, fill up on one of hot plate specials or indulge in a cream cake.
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