We are open to the public 1 - 4 pm every day
(except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day)
Access for disabled people,
Latest Information. From the 30th June, the museum shop, community art gallery and collection galleries are open to the public between 1 and 4 pm every day for the rest of the summer. Please check our Shop Onsite and Events and Art Exhibition pages for their own specific guidance. The museum continues to offer on-line shopping, art online and joining the Friends of the Museum and 200+club (monthly lottery).
BY CAR (and PARKING)
The museum is located at Number 23 the High Street, Uppermill, post code OL3 6HS at the side of the A670.
If you are using the M62 - from the west exit at junction 20 (Oldham) - from the east exit at junction 22 (Saddleworth).If you are using the M60 - from the south exit at junction 22 (Oldham) - from the south exit at junction 23 Ashton-under-Lyne)
BY CANAL,TRAIN or TRAM
The museum's community gallery overlooks the mooring and turning basin near lock L21W on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal.
The nearest railway station, Greenfield, is just a little over half a mile away on the Manchester to Huddersfield line.
The nearest tram stop (Oldham Mumps) is 6 miles away on the Oldham and Rochdale line.
Uppermill is on bus routes from Manchester, Ashton, Oldham and Huddersfield. Bus stops are less than 200 yards from the museum on both sides of the High Street.
The area of Saddleworth includes, amongst others, the villages of Delph, Diggle, Dobcross, Denshaw, Greenfield and Uppermill. We have a wealth of information about the area in our visitor information centre and our staff and volunteers will also be happy to try and answer your questions.
Face coverings must be worn, register your contact details on entry and follow our social distancing rules. Please use our hand sanitisation stations before , during and at the end of your visit.
Please check our visitor information page.
*ADMISSION TO OUR MUSEUM GALLERIES
* (free admission for "Friends" of Saddleworth Museum)