The Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills is a museum of industrial heritage located in Armley, near Leeds, in West Yorkshire, Northern England. The museum includes collections of textile machinery, railway equipment and heavy engineering amongst others.
The Grade II* listed building housing the museum was once the world's largest woollen mill. The current structures were built in 1805 by Benjamin Gott and closed as a commercial mill in 1969. They were taken over by Leeds City Council and reopened as a museum of industrial heritage in 1982. It is located between the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and the River Aire and accessed from Canal Road or Milford Place. It is part of Leeds Museums & Galleries, which also includes Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds City Museum, Leeds Discovery Centre, Thwaite Mills, Lotherton Hall, Temple Newsam, Abbey House Museum and Kirkstall Abbey.
Official Website https://www.leeds.gov.uk/armleymills
More information on Leeds official tourist website http://www.visitleeds.co.uk/Leeds-Leeds-Industrial-Museum-at-Armley-Mills/details/?dms=3&venue=1583802
Phone +44 113 378 3173
Address Canal Road, Leeds LS12 2QF, UK
Coordinates 53°48'10.858" N -1°34'57.768" E